OFFICE OF THE DEPUTY ATTORNEY GENERAL
WASHINGTON, D.C. 20530
Mr . A. J. Weberman
6 Bleecker Street
New York City, New York 10012
Dear Mr. Weberman:
SEP 2 1
You appealed from the action of the Federal Bureau of
Investigation on your request for access to records pertaining
to y ourself.
As a result of discussions between Bureau personnel
and members of my staff, a supplemental release of records
either has been or will soon be made to you directly by the
F.B.I. In light of this fact and after careful consideration
of your appeal, I have decided to affirm the modified action
in ·this case. You are the subj ect of one Bureau main file
captioned Internal Security and are alluded to briefly in
eighty-two f iles, the subjects of which are other individuals
or organizations. In the se latter instances, you are being
furnished only those portions of the files which pertain to
you . Certain information was properly withheld from you pur-
suant to 5 U.S . C. 552 (b) (5), (7) (C), (7) (D) and (7) (E). These
pertain to certain inter- and intra-agency communications
and to investigatory records compiled for law enforcement
purposes, the release of which would, respectively, constitute
an unwarranted invasion of the personal privacy of third parties,
disclose the identities of confidential sources and disclose
certain investigative techniques. Names of Bureau agents and
law enforcement personnel were also excised on the basis of
5 u.s.c. 552(b) (7) (C). In additi on, access was denied, pursuant
to 5 U.S.C. 552(b) (5), to copies of a form which is
currently the subject of discussions between our Civil Division
and another government agency. I am, at this time, affirming
the action as to this form pending the outcome of these
discussions. If the final result of these discussions is a
change in this department's practice regarding this form,
the withheld items will be furnished to you. None of the
material being withheld is appropriate for discretionary
release .
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Purely administrative material was removed before
records were released to you in accordance with a prior
routine practice which has now been prohibited, although
such material rarely includes any substantive information.
If you would like to receive new copies of released pages ,
including any administrative markings that can be released
without actual harm to the operational capability of the
F.B.I., you should noti fy the Bureau and they will be pro-
vided without charge . Any internal admi nistrative cover
pages , not originally released under the same routine practice,
will also be released upon specific request and agreement to
pay the reproduction charge of ten cents per page.
Your request for an itemization of the materials
withheld from you, with justification in each instance, is
hereby denied . In my opinion, such a l i sting is not required
and would be unreasonably burdensome to this Department were
it to be compiled at the administrative stage of the processing
of requests under the Freedom of Information Act and the
Privacy Act.
Judicial review of my action on this appeal is
available to you in the United States Di strict Court for
t he judicial district in which you reside or have your
principal p lace of business, or in the Distri c t of Columbia,
which is a lso where the records you seek are l ocated.
Sincere ly,
Peter F. Flaherty
Deputy Attorney General
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"Yipeter Time•" or .Alan J. Weber•n and the ldentlt1 of a..
.attorney, if any, repreaent1Ds the "'fipeter !'1-•" or Al.an
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MOTE FOR SECURITY DIVISION,
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See memorandWll B, L, Shackelford to B. S, •iller
dated 12/29/72, captioned as above, prepared by BPK;dlf/tlc.
Classified "Geafidea1;ial" aince it relates to a·
sensitive i n v     t ~ t i v   technique, the discloeure of Which
to unauthcr1Zed individuals.could reasonably be expected to
cause damage to the national security.
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.of individual.a from respective areas appearillg in referenced liorfol.k 1·
communication, Advise headquarters, under the YIP caption, of the
resul.ts of this revie11 concerning each 1.ndividual.. If the individual. · ·· . ·
is currently under investigation, or Lf your review is negative or if I
available in.formation indicates that a security-type investigatlon shou1·.·d· .. _ 1.
be conducted, so state, and no additional comment need be made
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your review determine some subversive 1nforlll3tion, but not sufficient ·
to institute a investigation,·8t!mmarize pertinent information
available to your office concernJ.ng each such individual. Headquarters I
vill then revie11 in6ices in each instance to determine if additional ·
in.formation is available, and, "Where -warranted, will initiate ·necessary '·
communication to have appropriate fiel.d division open a security-type
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Recipients are reminded of this Bureau's responsibil.ity to
remain abreast of al.l activities contemp1ated by captioned organization,
Names of individual.s appearing in referenced commnnlcation
not only be considered Ln the light of potential dangerousness
peaceful and effective operation of the Government, but al.so
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2. Memorandum to Miami, from SA
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1 - Detroit (Info) (Ence. 4) (RM)
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For the information of offices
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to the Youth International Party (YIP)
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•'l'he l'outh Interna Party (YIP), al'ao
known Yippiea, ia a loosely anti-
establishment revolutionary youth organization
formed in New York ·City, in January, 1968.· .·
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. ·y souRcE, REl.IABl.E IN PAST, ADVISED TODAY YIP MEETING C)n/'·.".)··-
REGARDING YIP AGENDA FOR FUTURE ACTlVITfES HELD APPROXIMATELY
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LO CA TED PENN SYLVAN IA NU E A ND Fl F'T H ST RE ET, NE 0 R SE, rrlf:. '(!/"j
· WASHINGTON D. C. MEET ING FOLLOWED DEMONSTRATION PROTEST ING l;.. 'l :-.t·
Fl!ES!DENTIAI. INAUGURATION. APPROXIMATELY PERSONS IN :/
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YIP PLANS FOR COORDINATING A TAX .ON Pl.AYBOY CLUBS THROUGHOUT
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TO ENLIST HELP OF WOM'iNS LIBERATION ORGANIZATIONS, BECAUSE THAT
DATE WAS INDICATED TO BE INTERNATIONAL. WOMENS DAY. BEAL, WHO
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CX>NFERENCE WILL HELD IN \IOBau:y HALL, CHICAGO, ILLH!IOS, BUT
9'.>URCE SAID NO DATE FINALIZED.
DURING MEETING BEAL ANNOUNCED ANNUAL "SMOKE Il-t' SPOUSORED )
BY YIP SHOULD BE HELD JULY 4, NEXT.
MEETING INWLVED SOME DISCUSSION OF ARTICLES IN "YIPSTER
TIMES" AND IT WAS INDICATED A. J. WAS RUNNING THAT
PAPER. MOST OF' THOSE AT MEETING FELT .. YIPSTER TIMES' cornAINED
LARGELY NEW YORK CITY NEWS AND DID NOT REPORT SUFFICIENT
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ACTIVITIES REGH)NS. THERE y.t.·'\···
\OICED BECAUSE LIST OF' YIP CONTACTS NEVER HAS BEEN J }.;
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Or YIP. NO FORMAL ACTION TO ESTABLISH FUND UNDERTAKEN.
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SOURCE SAID IN ADDITION 'TO BEAL THOSE PRESENT INCLUDED
OTHERS IN ATTENDANCE RECOG NlZED BY SOURCE.
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U• S. SECRET SERVICE AtlD INTELLIGENCE UNIT, COLUMBUS, OHIO
PD ADVISED. CHICAGO, ·-NE'IJ YORK AND WFO ALERT APPROPRIATE
9JURCES AND INFORMANTS AND FURNISH ANY INFORMATION RECEIVEDM
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AM COPIES TO CLEVELAND AND MILWAUKEE FOR INFORMATION.
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NINETEEN SEVENTYTHREE. ' _
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INTERNATIONAL PARTY <YIP> MEETING HELD AT APPROXIMATELY

TEN PM AT CAPITOL HILL METHODIST CHURCH, WASHINGTON, DC,
JANUARY TWENTIETH, NINETEEN SEVENTYTKREE, AS l'ENTIONED • - - -
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WISCONSIN; AND NEW YORK CITY <NYC>; Al.ONG WITH
YIP CHAPTER WAS AUTONOMOUS, FREE
TO ACT ON ITS OWN WITHOUT ANY NATIONAL DIRECTIVES. • 'EAL

STATED A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION WAS NEEDED ONLY TO ANNOUNCE
YIP DEMO.NSTRATIONS AS THE      
K>T OBSERVED AT THE fllEET\NG WAS A. !#eERMAN FROM NYC. .
NO PLANS WERE DISCUSSED FOR A YIP •SPRING OFF'ENSI
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•sMOKE IN&- FOR JULY FOURTH, NINETEEN SEVENTYTHREE.
ADMINISTRATIVE
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Tbe Yoatb Jateraatlonal ai.o botrll u TlPPIU,
ta a looae11-kDlt, 1Ult1establ1tdment reTOlatioaar1 . .
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representing the "Yipster Times" or Alan YeberJllltII. is unknown. '-"{
It i• requested that
be forwarded to Kr. Andrew J. Decker, Special Agent in Charge<t< ·
Security Division, Federal Bureau of Investigation, 201 East Jj.
69tb Street, JieY York, )(ew York 10021. V\
ATI'fil<TION SAC, Jra1r YORK, SECURITY DIVISION:
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Bo later than Karch 23, 1973, you should submit a
communication to the succinctly summar:lzing the
obtained through this investi ative technique, with your specific
recommendation fo for an
additional period of 1;1me. Any recommendation in the
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Vemorandum R. L. Shackelford to lh'. E. S. Iiller dated
12/29/72, author:lzed requesting concerning YIP,
a revolutionary youth organization having proven ability to assemble
large numbers of people when its cause is attractive and capable :
of fomenting large scale violence. Indicative of YIP philosophy .l
was 10/31/72 YIP Halloween demonstration, when burned
President Bixon in effigy, denounced 11. S. Vietnam policy and visiter
site of Greemrich Village Weatherman bomb factory, extorting the
spirits of Yeatherlllail members who 4iad in the townhouse explosion
toS ive those present a new spirit of militancy. Previous requestfc
to our efforts to be knowledgeable
plans for violence at recent Presidential Inau

Investigation
past has disclosed indications of use of terrorist tactics
recent
part
of YIP activists (planned bombing of police communication
facilities and contemplated use of gas grenades age.inst participants
in the Presidential Inauguration). "Yipster Times," P. O. Box 384
Staten Island, Mew York, 1s the inain communication and instructional
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readers interested in contacting YIP to do
Canal Street Station, fiev York, New York.
Box is current YIP l.eader Alan Yeberman.
no office space or
"Yipster directs
so, via P. O. Box 340,
Lessee of abovQ.
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2- Chicago (100-4 497 5) (Enc ls. 2) (RM)
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2- Los Angeles (100-71449) (Encls. 2) (RM)
2- Miami (100-16028) (Encls. 2) (RM)
3- Milwaukee (100-16644) (Encls. 3) (RM)
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2- Newark (RM)
2- New Haven (l00-20·514) (Encls. 2) (RM)
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1- New York (100-174055)
1- New York (100-177539)
1- New York (100-169079)
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Enclosed the Bureau are eight (8) copies
of an LHM dated and captioned as above. Three (3)
copies are enclosed for Milwaukee, and two (2) copies
are enclosed for each receiving office.
The following sources were used in the LHM:
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A.J. WEBERMAN)

A.J. WEBERMAN)
The enclosed LHM is being classified •.eoHF*'lEH'l'Ildr!'
because the unauthorized disclosure of -
from could identify ttte="•ource, and impair
Jlffectiveness, and such impairment could reasonably be
considered to cause damage to the national security.
NYO has no knowledge of any YIP •telephone tree"
contact points in New York City, however it is felt most
contacts with YIP in New York City would be through
telephone 212-477-6243, listed to A.J. WEBERMAN, 6 Bleecker
Street, New York City.
... For inYO.fmition: ... !f.p. ·:   resIOerice at
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owner•of the house as a W/F, early 20'a,
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LEADS:
WASHINGTON FIELD
AT WASHINGTON, D.C. Will attempt to identify
persons residing at "515 -.secoria   ,,_telephone
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NEW YORK

AT NEW YORK, NEW YORK. Will continue to follow
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FU.No.
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Youth International Party Also Known
As Yippies
The YIP, also known as Yippies, .is
a loosely-knit, anti-establishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New York City, in January, 1968. In
May, 1972, a faction l<liown as Zippies
came into being.
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involved in plans during
the political conventions in Miami
during the summer of 1972, is regarded
as an official YIP spokesman in New
York City. (Unclassified) (U)
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Weberman is associated with the
Underground Press Syndicate. (UPS), .in
New York City. (U)
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Classified by: 111111111111111
Exempt From
Schedule of Executive Order 11652
Exemption Category: II
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This document   nof
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). It is the
property of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its
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Youth International Party (YIP) , Also tJ\own as Yippies
UPS, founded in New York City in
.1967, serves as a clearinghouse for
underground newspapers seeking
information regarding underground
publications and persorsaffiliated with
the radical press. (U)
On advised that the
residence of A.J. Weberman. 6 Bleecker Street, New York
City, --is. ser_v_i;ng as YIP Headquarters in New
York City. Tl:!e· >solirce advised the headquarters serves primarily
asaYIP "crash pad" ·and. -con tac t---poj.1ff for "Yipj?i1;s- "in the
  · t:rn:e source advised that although the
residence is used as a headquarters, the noffice space" is
loosely organized. YIP is not known to have an official
membership in New York City. (U)
dvised that although
.YIP had two (2) buses scheduled to leave from Union Square,
New York City, for Washington, D.C. on the evening of
January 19, 1973; only one bus actually departed, leaving
Union Square at approximately 11:30 p.m .. •The-,source advised
that the second scheduled bus was cancelled due to lack of
support and lack of YIP finances. Persons planning to
board the second bus either found other rides or cancelled
their plans. (U)
most persons a .J... .- a e -·with IP · ered at' 5.l-5,•·S_nond
<street, N. E. , ,__ .D. C. , telephone 2 02-Sj.11!.'06 9 3 . '
25-30 including .A.J. Weberman:
.and Dana Beal. It. "{as at this residence where the "rat
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'"Cirvill'
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was arrested in Madison, and
charged with .,loc-al n"arcotics violations
during the summer of 197.l. At that time
Beal was regarded as a leader in the Madison,
Wisconsin, Chap"l;e.:r;: of_ .. was considered
a ... is,..:i.lso .
affiliated wit>h'ffiPS .!an New .:(ork .C.ity .· '(U)
At about 9:00 a.m., January 20, 1973, 1111111111'
advised that' protesters began gathering and everyone marched
to Union Station. About Yippies were present at a
rally in front of Union Station, and American flag 1
was burned along with plastic bags full of dead rats.
-supposedly this was to symbolize Nixon supporters
throwing off the "diseased rat plague" of Nixon; Several
protesters from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)
were in the area, however they did not contribute to the
YIP rally.
SDS was founded during June, 1962, at
Port Huron, Michigan, and in the 1960's
functioned as the leading Hew Left carnpus-
based student organization in the United States.
From a stance of "participatory democracy", the
SDS moved to a radical-revolutionary position
It maintained a national office at 1608
West Madison Streect, Chicago, Illinois, until
February, 1970. Internal factionalism during
1969 produced three main factions: Weatherman,
Revolutionary Youth Movement (RYM) , 'and Workers
Student Alliance (WSA) • The Weatherman and RYM
no longer consider themselves associated with
the SDS. The WSA faction continues to use .the
name SDS.
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After the rally, most Yippies marched to the
Washington Monument behind SOS. YIP intentionally avoided
marching with SDS as there had been some friction between
the two groups. Many people referred to it only as a lack
of conununication which had caused some bad feelings. About
250 people joined in the march to the monument. After
arriving at the monument several speakers were heard, and
later all Yippies were asked to sell copies of the "Yipster
Times", a YIP publ,ication in New York City, in order to help
raise funds for Yil?. · It was mentioned the "Yipster Times"
is currently in financial difficulty. By late afternoon the
large majority of demonstrators had dispersed.
At approximately 10:00 p.m., January 20, 1973, about
{' fl 25 YIP
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representing t e local chapters from Columbus Ohio; Madison,
Wisconsin; and New York City; along with
Massachusetts, New Jersey, icago, an
Connecticut. The meeting was chaired by
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Discussion at the meeting first centered on
the YIP parade and the apparent success of the rat float.
There was mention of lac)( of support at the ·demonstrations,
and an .argument as to why YIP and SDS could not get
together.
There is a noticable lack of national YIP leadership.
'!'.!fim Taed :.Ql.nsfif lff'"ihlfiself and expounded on the idea
there is no n the true sense of
e word. ;iBeaJ.-siated each local YIP Chapter is autonomous,
---ff"'r'""e=ec--.t<ro its own- without an_y_!:!cat.:i,onal directi ve..s. .;Bea·1
-Stated a nation-a'.te:>rganization was needed only to announce
national demonstrations Ji_qc;:JL..as.::for. inauguration. - Such
.--·a.emo-nstiat:lcfr1s· were· to-·be for nation-wide communication among
local YIP Chapters, and not an example of a national
organization. It was mentioned the "-Yipster could
be used as a means for nation-wide conununication.
Discussion also centered on differences between
YIP and Zippies, who are evidently still influenced by
afrom "Forcade. No arguments erupted, al though  
was criticized by many.
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New York City. Forcade is
as of the Zippie faction ·of
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Many persons present criticized the lack of
communication between the local chapters. Everyone was
urged to make efficient use of YIP telephone contact
points, and to make sure local contact points were in
operation.
Many persons expressed satisfaction that Jerry Rubin
and Abbie Hoffman had been successfully expelled from YIP.
It was widely agreed that Rubin and Hoffman no longer have
any significant influence in YIP.
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Jerry bin and .Hoffman, on

February , 1970, were f nd guilty of Anti-
Riot Law violations that rose from activities
during the Democratic National Convention,
Chicago, IlJinoi•, in August, 1968. On
November 27, 1972, the United States 7th Circuit
Court of Appeals, Chicago, reversed the
conviction. No decision has been reached
regarding contempt citations against Rubin
and Hobbman. (U) ·
llllllllaavised the entire meeting was obviously
disorganized, and many people began leaving during the
course of the meeting. No national meetings were
proposed for a future date. It was mentioned YIP should
sponsor a "_smoke _In" for July 4th at various
across the country. No specifics were discussed and no
plans were __   In conclusi9n
was encouraged to support N"ailOna"l Women's g:roups
demonstrations for Women's Rights at various
cities on Haren 28, 1-gn.
By the late morning of January 21, 1973, most
Yippies had left Washington, o.c. to return home.
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
January 30, 1973
Title Youth International Party (YIP) ,
aka Yippies
Character Security Matter-Revolutionary Activities

Reference is made to the letterhead
memorandwn dated and captioned as above.
A1l. sources any listed below) vhose identities
concealed in referenced communication have :furnished reliable
in.formation in the past.
Thi• docum•nt contain• neither recommendation• nor conclu•lon• of the FBI. It l• t h• property
of the F"BI and I• loaned to your aqency; lt and ll• con tent• are not to b• dl•tributed out ald•
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I. CHARACTERIZATIONS OF ORGANIZATIONS
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II. PRELIMINARY ACTTVITY AT CLEVELAND AND
KENT, OHIO. .9-10
III. PRELIMINARIF.S AND DEMONSTRATION .AT
WASHINGTON, D. C, ll-17
IV. AFTERMATH. 18-20
V. INDIVIWALS IN ATrENDANCE AT THE
DEMONSTRATIONS. 21-27
VI. GROUPS REPRF.SENTED AT THE DEMONSTRATIONS. 28-29*
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The following are the available characterizations of
the organizations mentioned herein:
NATIONAL PEACE ACTION COALITION
(NPAC)
The National Peace Action Coalition was founded
in 1970 by members of the Socialist Workers Party
(SWP). Its basic objective is to unite masses
of people including labor unions, Gis, and the black
community in the struggle to end U.S. intervention
in Southeast Asia through orderly and peaceful
tactics.
NE'JI' AMERICAN MOVEMENT
(NAM}
The New American Movement (NAM) bas been self-
descri bed in its newspaper issued during late
J971 as a democratic socialist party composed of
radicals and revolutionaries who desire to create
a group that will present a viable alternative
to the failure of earlier radical groups. During
its initial stages, NAM was known as the New
American Community Party,
PEOPLE'S COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
The People's Coalition for Peace and Justice
(PCPJ) has described itself as being headquartered
at 1029 Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C.,
and as consisting of over 100 organizations which
are using massive civil disobedience to combat
racism, poverty, repression, and war.
PROGRESSIVE IJ\BOR PARTY
The Progressive Labor Party (PLP) was founded in
1962 by individuals expelled from the Communist
Party, USA, for following the Chinese communist
line. Its objective is the establishment of a
militant working-class movement based on Marxism-
Leninism and MAO Tse-tung thought.
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REVOLUTIONARY UNION
also known a.s
RED UNION
BAY AREA REVOWTIONARY UNION
The Revolutionary Uhion (RU) was founded 1n early
1968 and is a militant, semlclandestine organiza-
tion. Its objectives, as set out in its publica-
tions, are the development of a united front
against imperialism, the fostering of revolutionary
working-class unity and leadership in stniggle,
a.nd the formation of a communist party based on
Marxism-Leninism-MAO Tse-tung thought, leading to
the overthrow of the United States Government by
force and violence.
SPARTACIST LEAGUE
The Spartacist League (SPL) was founded in 1964,
by former members of the Socialist Workers Party
(SWP). The objective of SPL is to destroy the
capiialist system and create a working-class
system.
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), was
founded duriJ1€; June, 1962, at Port Huron, Michigan,
and in the 1960s functioned as the leading New Left
campus-based student organization in the United
States. From a.n initial posture of "participatory
democracy", SDS moved to a radical-revolutionary
position, with debate centering on how best to create
a revolutionary youth movement. Internal faction-
alism produced a split during the SDS National
Convention in June, 1969, which resulted in the
following three factions: Weathennan; Worker Student
Alliance (WSA); and Revolutionary Youth Movement
(RYM). The Weatherman and RYM are no longer •
affiiiated with SDS, The WSA continues to use the .
name SDS and maintains its national headquarters in
Boston, Massachusetts.
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Weatherman, fcnnerly a faction of Students for a
Democratic Society {SDS), controlled the SDS
National Office from June, 1969, until its closing
in February, 1970. Weatherman then entered an
underground status and adopted a tactic of "strategic
sabotage", with police and military installations
designated as primary targets.
WORKER STUDENT ALLIANCE
Worker Student Alliance (WSA){ a faction of Students
for a Democratic Society (SDSJ, was expelled from
SDS in June, 1969, by the then dominant Weatherman
faction but continued to use the name SDS and
opened an office in Boston, Massachusetts.
aligned ideologically with the Progressive Labor
Party (PLP) and in February, 1971, moved to Chicago,
Illinois. Students for a Democratic Society/Worker
Student Alliance currently shares office space
with the PLP in Chicago.
REVOWTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT
Revolutionary'Youth Movement (RYM), a pro-Communist
revolutionary youth organization was organized 1n
1969, first as a:faction within the Students for
a Democratic Society (SDS), then as a separate group
with headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. RYM was
unsuccessful in attracting support and by mid-1970,
it was practically defunct.
STUDENT MOBILIZATION COMMITTEE
TO END THE WAR IN VIETNAM
The Student Mobilization Committee to End the War
in Vietnam (SMC) is controlled by the Socialist •
Workers Party (SWP) and its youth affiliate, Young
Socialist Alliance. SMC initiates and supports
public demonstrations against the war in Southeast
Asia.
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SOCIALIST 'iORKERS PARTY
The Socialist Workers Party {SWP) has been
designated pursuant to Executive Order lo450,
WORYJ:RS LEAGUE
The Workers League (WL) was founded in 1964 by
individuals expelled from the Socialist Workers
Party (SWP). Originally called the American
Committee For The Fourth International, in
November, 1966, it was changed to 'iL. Its
objective is the establishment of an American
labor party based on Marxist-Leninist doctrine
and the teachings of Leon Trotsky.
YOUNG SOCIALIST ALLIANCE
As the youth organization of the Socialist
Workers Party (SWP), the Young Socialist Alliance
(YSA) serves as the main source of recruitment
into that organization. The YSA is described
in the masthead of its official publication,
"The Youth Socialist Organizer", as "A multi-
national revolutionary socialist youth organization."
YOUTH AGA:rnST WAR AND FASCISM
Youth Against War and Fascism is the youth group
of the Workers World Party (WWP).
WORKERS WORLD PARTY
The Workers World Party (WWP) was founded in
1959 by individuals who d i s   ~ r e e d with policies of
the Socialist Workers Party tSWP). The WWP
dissidents advocated unconditional support of the
Soviet Union and the building of a revolutionary
party geared to the overthrow of capitalism. More •
recently, the WWP has called for peaceful solutions
to Sino-Soviet border disputes; however, the WWP
generally supports the People• s Republic of China
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
The Youth International Party, also known as Yippies,
is a loosely knit, anti-establishment, revolutionary
youth organization formed in New York City in
January, 1968.
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III. PRELIMINARIES AND DEMONSTRATION
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On January 24, 1973,
that the Clevelan uses arr ve
of January 20, 1973 and parked with the
in West Potomac Park.
Most of the demonstrators, totalling approxima.tely
/100,000, gathered in the Washington Monument area with various
I states having their own contingents. On the speakers
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treaty with North Vietnam and to withdraw all United States
troops from Inda-China.
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war were not terminated, the anti-war movement would attempt to
close down major banks and corporations throughout the country.
GORDON announced that regardless of the outcome of
the Vietnam war, a NPAC convention will be held in WDC on
February 23 and 24, 1973 to determine future goals.
··source stated that the Washington Monument was
vandalized during the demonstration. Paint was sprayed on the
Monument and American flags were torn down from the flagpoles.
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Lincoln Memorial at 11:30 AM on the above date, About 8o,ooo
persons marched down Constitution Avenue to the Washington
Monument where the above-mentioned speeches took place. ,
Approximately 100,000 individuals gathered at the Monument.
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Preceding the ma.rch down Constitution Avenue, was ..
the "Death March". This group consisted of approximately 100 ··
persons dressed in black frocks with their faces painted white.
The SDS chapters 1roug ouv e ,
comprise 250 to 300 individuals assembled alphabetically
and at 11:30 AH marched to Union Station ffiaza. The SDS sound
truck requested that the marchers rally at the Plaza; however,
a contingent of approximately 200 of the SDS group marched
past the Plaza to Union Square which was originally scheduled
as the rallying point. Several speeches were presented at Union
Square and the marchers then walked behind the Capitol and down
the mall to the Washington Monument.
After arriving at the Monument, several persons not
affiliated with SDS, were seen tearing down and burning the
American flags near the Monument.
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people drove their truck forward forcing the NPAC marshals to
give way. This created a climate of hostility on the part of
NPAC and some SDS members.
Members of the Independent Radical Caucus (IRC), a
group of SDS members who are opposed to PLP domination of SDS,
walked to the inaugural parade and then broke through the police
barricade into the street carrying three red flags. More •
demonstrators fonned and followed the inaugural parade. An
incident developed between the olice and demonstrators, but 'no
were apparently made.
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The YIP eventually plarmed to hold a big ral y
in front of Union Station where a large bonrire would be built
for the purpose of burning the rats, signs, a flag and the
"mouseketeer" ears.
The march commenced at 8th and H Streets and continued
to Union Station where a fire was built and the above-mentioned
items were burn.ea. · The marchers then continued up Second Street
and Pennsylvania Avenue, along with several members of the •
Women's Lib. When the yippie contingent approached the Presidential
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caravan which had left the Capitol, the police stole the rat
from the yippies; however, the police truck carrying the rat
became caught in traffic and several yippies were able to liberate
the rat from the truck. However, the police eventually reclaimed
the rat and it was not seen again.
The yipoies then returned to Union Station for a
rally sponsored by the SDS and subsequent to the rally some of
the yippies proceeded to the Washington Monument to listen to
various speakers. Other members of the YIP returned to YIP
headquarters to wann themselves from the cold and travelled to a. l.Pl'lll1
the Washington Monument where several small fires were built·,;-! f -S-:;.
and several small flags around the Monument were torn
Several YIP members were t in to sell copies of the
"Yipster Tilnes", .,cas observed tearing .[j .;:..
down one of these a.round the Monument. _ -
Most of the YIP members their headquarters at
approximately 6:00 PM.
commented wo ac ions were plannea
at the Memorial and the other at Duoont Circle, sponsored
by the VVAW. However, most of the yippies decided instead to
go to 15th Street and Connecticut Avenue for a rally, During
the rally the police destroyed most of the peace signs held by
the demonstrators and the demonstrators in turn retreated to
D.J.pont Circle.
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area arrived at Arlington Cemetery where the demonstrators
disembarked and met approximately 20 other KSU students who had
arrived in private autos.
At approximately 11:00 AM, January 20, 1973, the
VVAW held a rally at the entrance to the Arlington Cemetery
where speeches were given. Subsequent to the rally, the VVAW •
marched from the Cemetery to tl)e East Reflection Pool·. There
the marchers signed a nine poiht peace agreement, of which one
copy each was later sent to the North Vietnamese and to Congress.
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The rally a.nd march were both non-violent.
At this time, the VVAW joined the main ma.rch from the
Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, mentioned above,
which was sponsored by the PGPJ. After this mo.rch another rally
was held with over 100,000 persons participating a.nd listening
to speeches. Hostilities were noted between the Kent SIS people
a.nd the VVAW due to the VVAW attempting to "grab the limelight"
at the demonstration.
After the rally at the Monument, ma.ny demonstrators
walked to where the inaugural parade was taking place and
commenced heckling the parade participants. After the parade
ended, most of the demonstrators returned to the buses for the
trip home.
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Following the demonstrations, the yippies held a
meeting at a church located at 5th Street, N.W. and ·
Pennsylvania The i ies previously mentioned were .
there, as well as who 1s allegedly associated
with YIP. Also present at s meeting were the following ..
people not previously mentioned:
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. JOSH SHAW and DANA BEAL spoke at this meeting and part
of the discussion dealt with the mistakes which occurred during
the demonstration and how they could be corrected in order that
future demonstrations would be more efficient. One of the
things mentioned which had gone wrong with the YIP demonstration,
was the fact that the yippies had f11;iTeif''to obtain a parade .
permit. It was also disclosed that-- two unidentified yippies
had been arrested that day.,
The next topic of discussion dealt with the YIP
organization and recruitment. YIP members were urged to
recruit in high schools and other areas when they returned
home, in order to increase the YIP membership. It was decided
that YIP chapters should be organized in each state and that
each chapter in each state would constitute a region.
Demonstrations and other YIP activities should be organized
within each state and, if a· certain YIP chapter decided that !'t
would be a good idea to have a demonstration on a national
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level, the state headquarters chapter should communicate with
other YIP chapters throughout the country by means of a "telephone
tree" which consists of making long distance telephone calls
through the use of fictitious credit cards. :JOSH BOWERS briefly
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explained the use of this method.
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It was decided that the next YIP activity on a
national scale would be a YIP convention held in Chicago,
Illinois in April, 1973. Additional details regarding this
meeting were not discussed. Plans also made .to have a
smoke-in at WDC on July 4, 1973.
Another IM.tter discussed of great interest to the
yippies involved TIMOTHY LEARY who is currently incarcerated.
The yippies highly regard LEARY and are interested in forming a
TIMOTHY LEARY brigade in order to raise enough money
bond for LEARY in the amount of five million dollars.
was very enthusiastic about this project
, ed that this matter would be further discussed
in the meetings of the regional YIP chapters.
The YIP members were also urged to sell as many copies
of the "Yipster Times" as possible in order to improve the
financial status of the party. The meeting was then adjourned.
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location, were observed in attendance at the inaugural
demonstrations at WDC by the sources noted. The organization
listed after an individual's name is that with which the
individual is known to be affiliated:
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following groups from Cleveland, Ohio were represented by
various affiliates at the inaugural demonstrations in WDC:
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
WORKERS LEAGUE
COM.MUNIS T PARTY
NATIONAL PF.A CE ACTION COALITION
PEOPLE'S COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
VIETNAM VETERANS .AGAINST THE WAR
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SOCIALIS'l' WORKERS PARTY
YOUNG SOCIALIST ALLIANCE
THE ur;ITED FARM WORKERS
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THE Al·IBRICAN CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION
CLERGY AND LAYMEN CONCERNED
CLEVELAND VIETNAM VETERANS FOR PEACE
IN'l'ERNATI ONA L SOCIA LISTS
THE SPARTACIST LEAGUE
CLEVELAND WEST FOR PEACE
THE REVO:.UTIONARY UNION
WOMEN SPEAK OUT
YOUTH AGAINST WAR AND FABCISM
THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
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RE: YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
On March 8, 1973, a confidential source, who
has furnished reliable information in the past, furnished
a one page document captioned, "Y.I.P. PHONE LIST",
dated January, 1973. Source said the
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Y.I.P. PHONE LIST"
lists Youth International Party (YIP) contacts throughout
the United States and also denotes the YIP Regional
Offices. Source said the Regional Offices are denoted
by a star preceding the name of the city, and are as
follows:
New York, New York
Atlanta, Georgia
Austin, Texas
Boulder, Colorado
Madison, Wisconsin
Columbus, Ohio
Los Angeles, California
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Y.I.P. PHONE LIST" is included
herewith.
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
The Youth International Party also known
as Yippies, is a loosely knit , antiestablishrnent,
revolutionary youth organization formed in New
York City in January, 1968.
THIS IX>CUMENT CONTAINS NEITHER
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ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI DATE:
3/20/73
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Re New York letter to Bureau, da ted 10/ll/72.
Enclosed for the Bureau are six (6) copies of an LHM
regarding subject.
ADMINISTRATIVE
This LHM is being classified
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informntion furnished by confidential sources used in the pre-
pa r a tion of this LHM, the disclosure of which may tend to iden tify
these sources and could rea sonably be to c ause damage to
the national security. ·
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February and March, 1973, were:
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
FEDERAL BUREAU OF I'NVESTIGATION
New York, New York
March 20, 1973
Alan Jules Weberman
Information contained herein has been
classified 8en'fidcntial (c) unless
otherwise indicated.
I. Background
A. Residence
Alan Jules
New York, New York.
· B. Employment
Weberman is residing at 6 Bleecker Street,
Unclassified (U)
February, 1973
.. On September 15, 1972, a SJ?ecial Agent (SA
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) ascertained
that subject was employed at the nderground
Press Syndicate Office, 2o4 West 10th Street, New York, New
York. (u)
c. Arrest
On October
to be made of the
was determined that
identified as Alan Weberman
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and it
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was arrested during demonstrations
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the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). It is the property of
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at the request of an SA of the FBI. These records failed to
reflect any information identifiable with Alan Jules Weberman.
. On advised th;.t subject was one
of the prominent pp es and may possibly travel to Miami, Florida
for the Republican and National Convention. (U)
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• ,. ' ;;e \Youth International ·(YIP), also known
as Yippies, is a loosely-kriit, anti-establishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed in New
York City, in January, 1968. Following a factional
dispute in May, 1972, the YIP divided into two
factions, the headed by a YIP collective,
and the Zippies, headed by Thomas King Forcade,
a member of the Underground Press Syndicate. (lf)
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Thanksgiving attendance at the YIP
November 22-26, 1972. {U)
... stated that ·during tl;le Thanksgiving Conclave,
Alan Jules Weberman spoke at the convention about how to deal
with the news media, Weberman was the public relations man for
Jerry RUbin and Abbie Hoffman ·and had been responsible for much
of the publicity given Rubin and Hoffman. During his remarks,
Weberman mentioned that in approaching the news media, a Yippie
should dress "freaky", be friendly and humorous, always appear
"camera ready" and hand out_ the "Yipster Times".
On advised that the Yippies.
were contemplat ng civil disor er-type demonstrations at the
Presidential InauguraiNemonies, January 19:21, 1973, with
no violence planned. additionally advised that Alan Jules
Weberman was planning. o a end. {U) . .
On advised that Alan Jules
Weberman travelled from .New York City to Washington, D.C. on
January 19, 1973, to attend the activities to.protest the
Presidential Inauguration ceremonies, January 20, 1973 •
stated that upon arriving in Washington,
D.C., most persons affiliated with the YIP gathered at 515 Second
Street, N,E., Washington, D.C. Approximately 25 to 30 people
were present including Alan Jules Weberman. On January 20, 1973,
the protesters marched to Union Street. About 60 to 75 Yippies
were present at the rally in front of Union Street, where an
American Flag was burned along wi,th plastic bags full of dead
rats.
By late morning, January 21, 1973, most Yippies,
including Alan Jules Weberman, had left Washington, D.C. to
return to their respective homes •
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activities in the New York City area, were contacted during
December, l972; January, February and March, l973 and all
advised that they have no positive information regarding
Alan Jules Weberman •
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Security Matter·- Youth International
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Reference
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All sources (except any listed below) whose identities· are .concealed
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The Youth International
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PROTEST DURING PRESIDENTIAL INAUGORATION
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111.e People's Coalition for
Peace and Justice (PCPJ) has
described itself as being
headquartered at New York City,
and as consisting of over
100 organizations which are
using·massive civil dis-.
obedience to combat racism,
poverty, and war.
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After arriving at Plaza, speaking equipment was
-set up and David Peel was the first pee son who spoke,
however, said nothing of consequence, Tiie next speaker
was A. J. Weberman, who explained the significance of ...
the rat and what it represented. He said that Richard
Nixon was a rat and that he had a craving for poverty
areas and poor people, just like rats do. The whole
speech was typical of YIP ridicule. The last person to
speak was Dana Beal and as soon as he began speaking,
the crowd started to drift away as they always do when
Dana Beal gets a microphone,
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with the PCPJ march. Along the way the police tried to
keep them on the sidewalk since they did not have a
. parade permit and approximately fifteen people ran off ·
the sidewalk with the papier-mache rat and began running
up the street, The rat was then confiscated by the police
ard was placed on a truck to be removed from the area,
Members of the group then removed the rat from the truck
and again started running up the street. The police
then started coming toward the group and they dro ed the
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ALAN JULES
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routing slip dated 4/3/73.
IN letter and   dated 3/20/73.
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NE\11 YORK IS FOUOWING CLOSELY AND \llILL ADVISE INTERESTED
CFFICES OF ANY PERTINENT INFORMATION.
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SO'J; CE St.ID DL'RING MEETING, EVENING APRIL 20, LAST, DAVID M.
"-.. _MILLER, 30ULDER, COLORADO, ANNOUNCED $100 FROM YIP, NEW YORK CITY;
1>15 FROM YIP, COLUl'rbUS, OHIO; AND $800 COLLECTED BY YIP, BOULDER,
CDLORADO, DONATIONS, HAD BEEN TURNED OVER TO AMERICAN
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CMA,RIJU.ONA) DAY' ON APRIL 29, NEXT, WHEN YIPPIES IN NEW YORK CITY; · . ..:::
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Wt.SHINGTON, D. C. .o.tm PEOPLE SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED TO COME TO .:'C .. ,
WASHINGTON, D. c. AROUND JUNE 1, NEXT TO SET UP YIP HOUSE AND : •.
OOGANIZE FOR TH.o.T "Sf'lJKE IN", BEAL SAID" SMOKE IN" WOULD BE
P.T '.'10f·l1JMENT, WASHINGTON, D. C., AND MARCH PROBABLY-.. ···
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\ESERf!iAN. BEAL SUPPOSED TO HA \JC. COPPER BRACELETS NOW IN NEW YORK:·· '· '''·' ·
CITY AND YIP WILL BE ENGRAVING THEM WHEN BEAL RETURNS TO .NEW

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BEA'-. ALSO STAED YIP, DURING JULY 4 t NEXT   ..
ORGANIZE FOR "BAS TILE DAy", JULY 14, NEXT, DURING WHICH . ;,,. .
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DEMONSTRATIONS BE STAGED OUTSIDE PRISONS PROTESTING
Or PERSONS fOR NARCOTICS VIOLATIONS •. SOURCE
DEFINITE PLAtlS RE THAT ACTIVITY fORfl'ULATED.
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ATTRACT PEOPLE TO YIP, AND EVERYONE GENERALLY AGREED YIP STATE
CC NVC: NT IO NS SHOULD BE HELD.
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WERE ON" ?CW CPRISONER OF 'l/EEDl AND D, C. (SMOKE IN)" AND ON" KARL ...
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AT LATTER, BEAL AND BEN MASEL DISCUSSED ARMSTRONG AND·,
OlARGES AGPJNST   AND IT WAS DECIDED "KARL ARMSTRONG DAY" SHOULD ; ..
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THE" POw AND D. c." WORKSWJP REVIEwED ·,:.
FAILURES OF PAST "SMOKE INS" AND AFFIRMED THAT
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then rcm::r\"cd t..he rat from the truclc c:tr:a a.gain started
up the The police then strrrtcd cor:iin3 toward
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UNITED STATES
Memorandum
TO ACTING   FBI (100-471062)
U/P.ou. : SAC, MILWAUKEE (100-16005) (P) .
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00: MILWAUKEE
Re Milwaukee letter, 3-21-73.
Enclosed for New York is
Bureau (RM)
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MILWAllKEE DIVISION
ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN NEW LEFT EXTREMIST
ACTIVITY SHOULD BE CONSIDERED DANGEROUS BECAUSE OF
THEIR KNOWN ADVOCACY AND USE OF EXPI15SIVESI REPORTED
ACQUISITION OF FIREARMS AND INCENDIARY DEV CES, AND
KNOWN PROPENSITY FOR VIOLENCE.
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TO AO'l'IllG DIRECTOR. PBI ( 100-4S8o69)
  SAC. ( 100-21006) er)

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DATE: S/17/73
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MrLWAUK:EE
AT MILWAUKEE, WISCOlfSII
ALL INDIVIDUALS INVOLVED IN lrEW LEFT EXTREMIST
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY ( Ylp), IS • RA.
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SOURCE, RELIABLE IN PAST, ADVISED TODAY YIP REPORTEDLY
BE UTILIZING HOUSE IN WASHINGTON DC CWDO, AS• aJLLECTIVE"
O)NNECTION WITH PLANNED ·sr-r>KE IPt', 7/4/73, woe, AND
NAME OF MEL I SSA LJO
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RE PO RT EDLY RESIDING IN HOU SE
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Ml. Cleveland -
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Ml. Jenkin.11
M1. Mannall
MJ . Jl[llle1, E.S.
Mr. Soymw
Mr. Tbompson-
Mr. Walteta -
Te1e. Room -
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Mr. Conmy -
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DEMONSTRATION PROTESTING PRESIDENTIAL
1/2 0/73. '. .
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ALSO ADVISED
FROM
WHO VIAS ATTENDANCE AT NATIOf YIP CONFERENCE, _ ·,.
CITY, IO-WA, 4/2e'-22/73, WAS IN COLUMBUS, OHIO,  
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WAS EN RO UT£,   APPARENT L. Y T 0 BE P RESE NI FOR YIP • SMOKE ltr',
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USA, SECRET SERVICE, COL!Jl'BUS, PD, OSHP ALL COLUMBUS, OHIO,
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MAIL COPY TO OMAHA F"OR INFORMATION.
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'YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PAR'IY
ROCK CONCERT, AREA OF
MANASSAS,
MAY 13, 1973
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Manassas, Virginia, furnished the following information
concerning a rock concert held on Sunday, May 13, .1973,
sponsored by the Youth International Party
The Youth International Party (YIP), also
known as .Yippies, is a_lo9sely knii, anti-_
establishment, revolutionary youth organization
fonned in New York City January, 1968. ·
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· · stated. that on May 9, 1973, the
Prince and Recreation Off ice issued a
errnit for the use of a count park to .................. ._.
· at her request for a
13, 197 3. --- k ·-
Subsequent to issuance ·of the
obtained copies of a flyer which had b.een handed \
in the Manassas area publicizing the concert. This flyer,
captioned "Free the Prisoners of ·the Weed" and no.ted as being "
put out by YIP, stated the reason for the concert was to raise
money for legal defense of approximately 60 individuals who
been arrested in a police narcotics raid in Prince William
County, Virginia, on March 30, 1973. The fiyer went
!his docw:ient contains neitber
nor conclusions ot
the FBI. It is the property ot
t.he !'BI 8Dd is lo8!led to your
it ond its contents not to be
distributed-outside your
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on to . denounce pol ice ....authorities for enforchig.: .
marijuana laws and extolled as a ''hannless weed, .. ... · ·
the possession or use of which should not considered a crime
It called for a distinction to be made between marijuana use an
U. S. in Southeast Asia, the Watergate Incident, .
and the of ''heroin from Southeast Asia via CIA and
Ameika." It also called for a march on the county jail to prot st
the narcotics arrests of several weeks prior. _ .. .. . . ·. ·.· .
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advised that in view of the stated ·. -
purpose of the concert, the Park and Recreation Department.
cancelled the permit on Friday, May 11, 197 3. __ ._, . _. _ · .
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and the two females had
obtained pennission tQ use..private property near Nokesville,
Virginia, a few miles south of Manassas and at approximately
1:00 P. M., May 13, 1973, the concert begail, with about 2SO
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By about 3:00 P. M., police had received ·so many
complaints from residents in the area concerning the noise
and conduct of those in attendence that approximately 60 co
and Virginia State Police Officers arrived at the· scene. By
approximately 5:00 P. M. the concert was over and most of tb
had left the area. . __ . . ... . .
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two adults and several on cl_larges rangill¥ from · .. _:_
di.so:<ferly conduct to a musi.c festival . . r I
permit. There were no narcotics arrests • . -. ... .... ..... , _· .. ' ··· __ ·-:_::_.:!,_ .. l/1
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ROCK CONCERT, AREA OF
MANASSAS, VIRGINIA
MAY 13, 1973
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R·e New York a1rtel and LHM captioned "YOUTH · ·
INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP) IS'- RA", NYfA.le
100-162260, Bufile   11/17 /72.
An   1972, issue of the "Yipster Times•, .
a YIP publicati with a return address of P.O. Box 384,
Staten Island{ N •• , encouraged readers to contact YIP at
New York lfebhone number 477-6243.
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·· UNITED STATES i VERNMENT
' Memorandum
TO
ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-472405) DATE: 5/24/73
PROM t
SUBJECT.
SAC, NEW YORK (100-174055)
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___ ALAN JULES WEBEID1AN
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(00: NY)
ReNYl°et and LHM, dated 10/11/72; and NYlet and
LHM, dated 3/20/73.
Enclosed for the Bureau are five (5) copies of an
LHM, dated and captioned as above.
Source mentioned in the LH1'1
SAS
and
observed
the demonstration on 4/29/73·
FD-122 being submitted recommending subject for
inclusion on ADEX.
Deleted Copy Sent 'ft: fi.11.11.
by J -;;.. -/l ___
Per FOlA Request /'?J • '""'
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1-New York
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uAltEo STATES DEPAR'l MENT OF A 9-STICE
FEDERAL DURE New Au 0 F I N y Es T] G AT I 0 N
In.Reply,PlermRefuio l'1York, New York
FileNo. ..--- ay 24, 1973
JBureau file 100-472405
tNew York file 100-1740
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Alan Jules Weberman
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reliable source, who
at Iowa Citytef'ational_Party (YIP)   advised that
were in att 'd owa, April 20-22 1973 Aa ational Conference
member who however A.J'. Webe;manbout forty persons
New York City YIP Headquarters 6'Br prorrunent YIP
P' imarily
.,.,.,.. 1 fl or he publicat . e .
i.u:- r:ews . Yipster Ti mes" and the
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of his time. ' news etter takes most
The Youth Party,
also kn.own as Yippies is
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anti-establishment
youth organization'
formed in New York City, in
In May, 1972,
a calling itself
Y! P- 2i ppiQ into being.
On April 1973, representative s of the Federal
"jlUreau of Investigation (FBI) Weberman participating
• Ie11dershiP capacity at a YIP "S'eoke-In", central
Park :oauuni.e11 , NYC. Purpose of the Smoke-In was to call
attention to "National !'lariJuana Day", and the demonstration
featured a live rock concert end several hundred f r ee marijuana
·cigarettes.
On advised that although Weberman is not consi ered a pu lie leader
ThiS document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of
the FBI. It is the property of the FBI and is loaned to your agenc
it and it• contents are not to be distributed outside your agency.
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associated with YIP leaders. j
The following physical
anal observation and
Name .
Alias ·
Race
Sex
Date of Birth
Place of Birth
Height·.
Weight
Build
Hair
Eyes
Arrests
Residence
Employment
Occupation
Alan Jules Weberman
A.J. Weberman
White
Male·
May 26, 1946
Unknown
Five feet, ten inches
165 pounds
Medium
Brown, shoulder length
Brown
Miami, Florida, Police
Department, August 22, 1972,
disorder ly conduct
6 Bleecker Street
New York , New York
Underground Press Syndicate
(UPS), 204 West 10th Street,
New York, New York
Writer
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Memorandum
Qi;ccjo.!· FBI <Bufile 100-4 72405
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ALJWi1 JULE£4'/EBERMAN
SM-YIP

l>ATI::: 5/24/7)
(00: NEW YORK)
Referi·ncc: NY letter and LHM dated
Recommr.nd: 00 lncluRion in ADEX (summery elLechedl•
D Removal from ADEX (11ummary alt.ached)•
D ChnngeR in /\DEX c Ard <Rpl' cify change on ly)
• i\hstrnc l. rcquirt•cl.
Nam<'
ALAN JULES WEBERHAN
A!Ao known us:
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A. J. ileberman
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D Supplemental puge ottuched.
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Speci fy Country
Dnte of Birth Pince of Birth Employment
<Mon th. dny, yeur>
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Oc.:cupnl.ion:
Residence Address
6 Blee.cker
Finn & Addrci;s: Underground Press
New York, New York
S:yndicate (UPS ) I
201:1:
West 10th
Street. NeH York. New York
Type of Activity (Chec.:k princ ipal activity onlyl
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D <CMCl Communist (pro-Chinese)
D <FRNl Foreign Affil iation -
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D (CMTl Communi flt ( Trot11kyisll Kl r.:J <MSC> Mii;c cllencoui;
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-·:: . : . . . . (YIP) in Ne.w York C.ity · {NYC). WEBERMAN was .
. .'actively involved :in YIP protest : activity. at the · Repub.lican-:-- ·-
, .. National Convention, · Miami Beach, '8/21-24/72, . · : . ·· -
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at a YIP demonstration by the Miami Police Department,
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was known to the revolutionary movement as a "garbage
analyst'\ The . 10/.12/71 issue· of . :J;he ·Staten Island .Advance,
· .. a dailY- published ·1n Staten Island, N. Y., described
· WEBERMAN as · a 'self-styled garbage analyst" who develops .
in.formation on famous people . by analyzing the contents
of their garba ge. WEBERMAN then repor tedly puts this
information into his writings.
6 Bleecker Street, NYC. a dvise t hat
WEBERMAN at
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.. .. · ··YIP, .he ·is very influential· in YIP policy making and is .. ··.
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closely associated with YIP leaders. ·
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advised o that WEBERMAN is
the pers on primarily responsib e or t he publica tion of
the official YI P news letter, YIPSTER TI MES, and that the
newsletter takes mos t of his
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·. .- .. : :·-·· Special Agents a s participating in a leadership capacity
· '" at YIP · sponsored demonstrations in NYC.
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TO ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-472405) DATE: 5/25/73
FROM '
NEW YORK (100-174055) (P)
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SUBJECT: JULES WEBERMA.N
SM-YIP
(00: NY)
ReNYlet and LIU1, dated 5/24/73-
For the information of offices, captioned
subject is regarded as a prominent spokesman for the Youth
International Party (YIP), · and is considered responsible for
the publication, "Yipster Times". NYO is currently completine;
background investigation regardinG the subject.
2;,.Bureau (RM)
2-Miami (RM)
2-h.ilwaukee (Rl'l)
2-Newark .. (RJ1)
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following persons were in contact
currently resides at YIP headquarters,
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attempt to further
noting the person may
WISCONSIN. Will identify
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further
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within the Newark Division and check indices.
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·Memorandum
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: ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-448910)

now : SAC, CINCINNATI (100-19673) (P)
tLtB'ECT: INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
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Re WFO oirtel to Bureau dated 2/20/73.
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Enclosed for each off ice ia one copy each of 13
and two different of one photogr'pb
These photographs were taken on 1/10 and 1/17/73
at a YII' Conference held in Washington, D.c. and on 1/20/73,
at the Inauguration of the President held in Washington, o.c.
'l'he following individuals were identified by
2-Bureau
2-Albany (Enc. 15)
2-Alexandria (Enc. 15)
2-Baltirnore (Enc. 15)
2-Boston (Enc. 15)
2-Buffalo (Enc. 5)
2-Cleveland (Enc 15)
-Detroit (Enc l )
-Mi arni (Enc • )
-Milwaukee {E 16') ·
2-New Haven (En • 15)
2-Newark (Enc. ·15)
4-New York (Enc. 11)
2-Norfolk (Enc. 15)
2-Philadelphia (Enc. 15) · · ·
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Memorandum
: ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-448910)
(P)
DATE:
Re WFO airtel to Bureau dated 2/20/73.
Encloaec for each off ice is one copy each of 13
different copi ee of photo<Jr!lph
following individuals were identified by

2-Bureac
2-Albany (Enc. 15)
2-Alexandria (Enc. 15)
2-Baltirnore (Enc. 15)
2-Boston (Enc. 15)
2-Buffalo (Enc. 5)
2-Cleveland (Enc 15)
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Detroit (Enc l )
Miami (Enc. l )
Milwaukee {E • 16)
2• New Haven (Enc. 15)
2-Newark (Enc. 15)
4-New York (E;nc. 17)
2-Norfolk (Enc. 15) .
2-Philadelphia (Enc. 15) ·
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Encl sed photographs are being forwarded as an   ~
investigative aici. All off ices are requested to check their
Indices regarding the lieted individuals, as Cincinnati
in most cases, is not aware of the office of origin. or I
.the Bureau file number except in those cas.es listed below: . j
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ACTING DIRECTOR, FBI (100-448910)
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DATE: 6/15/73

stJRJECT: YOUTH PARTY (YIP)
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Enclosec for each off ice is one copy each of 13
different copies of one photograph
of 111111111111111·
These pr.otographs were taken on 1/10 and 1/17/73
at a YII · Conference held in Washington, o.c. and on 1/20/73,
at the lnauguration of the President held in Washington, o.c.
The following individuals were identified by

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2-Alexandria (Enc. 15.}
2-Baltimore (Enc. 15)
. 2-Boston (Enc. 15)
2-Buffalo (Enc. 15)
2-Cleveland (Enc. 15)
2-Detroit (Enc. 15)
2-Miami (Enc. 15)
3-Milwaukee (Enc. 16)
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Enclosed photographs are being forwarded as an
investigative aid. All offices are requested to check their
Indices regarding the listed individuals, as Cincinnati
in most cases, is not aware of the office of origin. or
the Bureau file number except in those cases listed below:
DANA BEAL
Bufile 100-467404
CI file 100-20865
(00: Milwaukee)
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Enclosed photographs are being forwarded as an
investigative aid. All offices are requested to check their
Indices regarding the listed individuals, as Cincinnati
in most cases, is not aware of the office of origin. or
the Bureau file number except in those cases listed below:
Bufile 100-461906
Buf ile 100-467404
CI file 100-20865
(00: Milwaukee)
Bufile 100-475120
CI file 100-21050
(00: New York)
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GSA l'"t-M" ( 41 arR) 101•1\,I
UNITED STATES . ,ERNMENT
Memoranduni
DIRECTOR, · FBI (100-472405)
SAC, NEWARK (100-55817)
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ALAN JULES WEBERMAN
SM-YIP
(00: NY)
(RUC)
Re NY letter to Bureau, 5/25/73.
DATE:
7/6/73
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6/20/73 that the following

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The Vanguard Press has been contacted in the past by
the BLACK PANTHER PARTY-CLEA VER F"CTION and the YOUNG LORDS PARTY
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SAC, New York (100-174055)
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1 - Mr. R. L. Shackelford
(Field Guidance)
1 - Jrlr. B., P •. Murphy
7/10/73
' Director, OI (100-472405)
l JULES WEBEJUIAN
ft - YIP
Reurform FD-122 dated S/24/73.
Your recommendation that •ubject's name be included
on the ADEX is being handled separately and you will be advised
of results.
Mr. Felt __
Mr.Bou.. __
Mr. Callahan -

Mr. Conrad-
Mr. Gebhanll -
Manual of Instructions requires that a nonprosecutive
summary report be prepared and submitted when a subject is being
recommended for inclusion on the ADEX. Review of subject's file
at Headquarters fails to indicate that your off ice bas complied
with this requirement.
Promptly and submit summary report
pertinent information concerning subject's background and
activities • .
TJM:cae
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NOTE:
Subject is recognized as the current leader of the YIP
organization. In view of subject's position of leadership and his
position to influence others, a favorable recommendation has been
made for inclusion of subject's name on the ADEX. Pertinent
information concerning subject's activities previously been
furnished and disseminated in memorandum form. It is felt that
action on the ADEX recommendation should not be withheld pending
receipt of the summary

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•.· \ORX CITY YIPPIES. BECAUSE YIPPIES FROl'I llADISON. v1sco11s111; _1.01::{': : :
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FORMED Ill l.EW YORK CITY, IN JANUARY,
ADMINISTRATIVE &
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Re WFO nitel dated 7/-/73 and 7/5/73.
airtel dated 12/29/72 .
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Bureau
2- Albany (Enc. 1)
--2- Albuqurque (Enc. 1)
2- Alexandria (Enc. 1)
2- Atlanta (Enc. 1)
2- Baltimore (Enc. 1)
2- Birmingham (Enc. 1)
2- Boston (Enc. 1)
Buffalo (Enc. 1)
2- Charlotte (Enc. 1)
2- Chicago (Enc. 1)
2- Cincinnati (Enc. 1)
2- Cleveland (Enc. l)
2- Columbia (Enc. 1)
2- Denver . (Enc . .1)
2- Detroit (Enc. 1)
2- Indianapolis (Enc. 1)
-2- Jackson (Enc." 1)
2- Jacksonville (Enc. 1)
2- Kansas City (Enc. 1)
2- Knoxville (Enc. 1)
2- Laa Vegas (Enc. 1)
-:-2- Little Rock (Enc. 1)
2- Loa Angeles (Enc. 1)
2- Louisville (Enc. ·1)
2- Memphis (Enc. l) ·
2- Miami (Enc. 1)
2- Milwaukee (Enc. 1) .
2- Minneapolis · (Enc. t
2- Mobile (Enc. 1) · · f ''
2- Newark (Enc. 1) .
2- New Haven (Enc. 1)
2- New Orleans (Enc. 1)
2- New York (Enc. 1) ·
2- Norfolk (Enc. 1)
2- Oklahoma City __ l)
2- Omaha (Enc. 1) .. . ... _
2- Philadelphia • __ l).

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2- San Diego (Enc. 1)
Savannah (Enc. l)
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2- Springfield (Enc. 1)
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
On July 6, 1973, a confidenti'l source adviaed
that during the early afternoon of July -, 1973, about
500 members and associates of the Youth International
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Party (YIP) were present on the mall near the Smithsonian . ·
Institution in Washington, D. C. According to this source,
aost of them were smoking marijuana.
The Youth International Party, also known
as Yippies, is a loosely knit, antiestablishment,
revolutionary youth organization fo?:'llled in New
York City in January, 1968.
According to this source, while one of the rock
bands was playing, a Negro male guard from the Smithsonian
Institution walked into the crowd of yippies and began
to talk with them. While talking, he proceeded to smoke
a marijuana cigarette. The guard appeared to be in his
early twenties and indicated he sympathized with the
yippies.
The aource further stated that during the same
afternoon, it was lea.med that a.bout fifteen pounds of
·· marijuana was obtained from a locker at a local bus
station in Washington, D. C. Both Dana Beal, the leader
of the YIPs, and John (Last Kame Unknown), an associate
of Beal'•, knew the location of the aarijuana ..
This docwnent contains neither recommendations
nor conclusions of the FBI. It is the property of the FBI · . . ; ·:
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O (Cl\!Cl Communist (pro-Chinese)
D (CMS> (pro-Soviet)
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D Foreign Government Employee
D U. S. Government Employee
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D Rican Notionulist
D <REV> Revolutionary
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22 JUL 20 1973
In Rrply, • Rrfrr to
l'-D STATES OF.TICE
FEDERAL DUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
July 18,, 1973
Filr 100-472405
t NYfile 100-174055
SUBJECT:
ALAN JULES WEBERI1AN
CHARACTER:
SM-YIP
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HEHORA!IDUI1 DATED 5/24/73
Birth date: 5/26/45
Birth place: New York, New York
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6/28/73, 6/29/73, .8:°d 7/5/73.
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Alexandria (Enc.· 2)
2- Baltimore (F.nc .' 2)
2- Boston (Enc. 2)
2- Charlotte (&le. 2) ·
·2- Chicago (Enc. 2)
2- Cincinnati (Enc. 2)
2- Cleveland (F.nc. 2)
2- Denver (F.nc. 2)
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2- Los Angeles C:Enc. 2) 4
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Enclosed for the Bureau are five copies and for
the below listed off ices two copies of an !JIM dated and
captioned as above.
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narcotics on 7/4/73 •
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WFO will be placing its demonstration sponsored by
YIP file 100-57504 in a closed status, but will still keep
its Youth International Party (YIP) file 100-48355 in a
pending status.
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July 19, 1973
YOL'TH I:·ITERNATIONAL PP.RTY (YIP)
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avai a"ble a copy of a notice to demonstrate form filed
1, 1973, by ti:.e Youth ·International Party (YIP), Post
Offi.ce Box 3:34, Stat:?.!1 Isla.rid, lVE>w ,Yo.;X... The individual
spc;isors were listed as Dave Hiller,· John Miernick and
Dar>.:;. Beal "'ith their adciress listed as 1724 20th Street,
The notice reflected that the
·wm.ild be h-::ld on July '" 197 3, and the purpose wa·s to
celebrate vith cultural e.ctivities and seek
in the narr.e of our fo-c«:efathers the impeci.chment of ·President
Nixon by pe:c:i;.;ful to the Cong-.ess. The notice.also
reflected an e·:Stis:.ted number of perso-'JS participating
to be fi ti:ousar.d and the 1002.tions to be the \;itshington
·1'\onu;ooent, Sylv.:in Th:!ater, Constitution Avenue, o...rid the east
ste?.s of the L'µited St,"tes Co.pit:ol.; Notice reflected
th'2 YIPs pl1?'med. to cr,::;:p on ':iashin;ton Honur.lent grounds ·
C:"l the .of Jt1;,y 3, 1973, and cerel!!onies would begin at
dawn, Jul;r 4, 1973, >-7ith a sur:ri.se service.,At 4:00 p.m. the·
YI? a 1.vot:J.d • to t!:-:e Ca pi tDl s.nd fron: 5.: 00 - 7: 00 p.m.
· s-;:;eeches would be givE,n on the east steps cf the Capitol.
The,Youth Intc-rnatioilal .Party also
kno-... -n as Yi ?pies, i:; a loosely knit,
anti--es=t·'-'.b.l ishment, ·-rcvoluti.onary ·, ··
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARlY (YIP)
Longfellow Street, N.W., WIX:, as the headquarters for the
YIP demonstration, July 4.
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}i-e-litb'l·e riformatTon in the advised the YIPs demonstrated
at lZ noon to protest the kidnapping of President Nixon's
nephew, Donald Nixon, who resided in a COllJllJ.ll1e
in California, and was convinced by Nixon aides to work ·
for financier Robert Vesco. Swrce noted lZ YIPs demonstrating
with peaceful results, no incidents nor arrests. ·
a vised during the early morn ng hours
of July 4 small groups of individuals were observed sleeping
in cars and in sleeping bags at various points on the Mall
area near the Sylvan Theater and the Ellipse in WIX:.
advised the YIPs did not hold their sunrise
service at the Washington Monument as they had previously
stated and by 9:30 a.m. approximately two hundred YIPs .
were walkin iri the Mall
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At approximately 4:00 p.m., July 4, 1973, -
llll!lllllladvised Y!Ps were still in the Mall area, a t ~
time, the crowd swelled to seven hundred. (Source noted I{
the Y!Ps were too worn out by the beat to rally at the ·
Capitol or cause any violence.
At 6:00 p.in., July 4, 1973, advised
that Y!Ps left the Mall area inarching along Independence
Avenue, S. W., WOC, going toward the Capitol. J!S0urce '·notecf
at the Capitol approximately between 200-400 iathered and
. the therre of the speeches were the Coruption of the United
States Government, Impeach President Richard M. Mixon.and
Free the Prisoners of Weed. ·
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Caucus. of .Labor the
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its position is to exist as a political
entity of Which the   can
relate vith socialist and collllllJiliatic
overtones.
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at the July 4 demonstration:
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National Lawyers Guild is a colllllWli&t
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students dedicated to Conmunist Party
USA, and New Left ideals for radical
change of social, economic and judicial
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individuals gave housina assistance to the TIPa for tbe
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SUBJECT:

ALAN JULES WEBERMAN
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telephone number was listed to PATRICK/SMALL, 3J.13 _Mary_ St.,
1 _foconut . Grove, _Fla. This home was used as a residence of
and headquarters by the YIP and also the ZIPPIES during the
summer of 1972, when representatives of those organizations
were in the Miami area in connection with National Political
Convention related activities. The files of the Miami Office
also show, as reported in Miami letter to Bureau, 8/17/72,
under instant caption, that A. J. WEBERMAN resided at
3113 Mary St., Coconut Grove, while he was in the Miami area.
Miami Telephone Number 305-534-1318
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The current Bresser 's cri.ss-cross directory
for the Miami, Florida area show,...tfie above listed phone
is listed in the name of MORRIS··'SHANIS, 100 Lincoln Road,
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Miami Tele hone Number 305-446-9159
A subpoena duces tecum was issued on June 15, 1973,
by the Clerk of the U. s. Court, U. S. District Court,
Miami, Florida, directed to JOHN D. SADLER, Division
Commercial Manager, Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co.,
Miami, Florida, or his authorized representative. Pursuant
to this subpoena, records of the Southern Bell Telephone
apd Telegraph Co., were reviewed and the subscriber to
elephone number 446-9159, since May 6, 1970, has been
E-Z Kwik _Superette,   S. W.   Ave., Miami, Fla.
t was determined by personai-observation on July 23,
1973, the E-Z Kwik Superette was a neighborhood-type
grocery store located approximately three blocks from
3113 Mary St., Coconut Grove, Florida.
current Miami area phone directory lists an
S. EBERMAN at 2371 Collins Avenue, .. Miami Beach, Fla.,
P. one 532-0902. ·---·
It was determined by personal observation on
August   1973, the address 2371.Collins Ave., is
the location of the Roney Plaza Apartments, a recently-
completed luxurious apartment complex. The number Bl643
indicates apartment 1643 in wing B. The current directory
for t hat building fails to list A. WEBERMAN as an occupant
there .
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employed at the Underground Press Syndicate (UPS ) , 204
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NYO indices negative regarding the subject's ·
parents.
SAS and
observed the demonstration in NYC on 4/29/73.
INFORMANTS:
Identity of Source File Where Located
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January, February and March, 1973, and all advised they
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Bureau's aecision to include subject's name on the ADEX
as recommended on FD-122, submitted 5/24/73.
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DC, and !TYC , if subject's name
on the ADEX.
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Date:
JUL 2 6 1973
100-174055
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Field Olfic:e File #:
Bureau Fiie #: 100-472405
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ALAN JULES WEBERMAN
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SECURITY MATTER-
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
Synopsis: Subject resides 6 Bleecker St., NYC, and is
employed as a writer for Underground Press
Syndicate (UPS), 204 W. 10th St., NYC. As of 5/22/73,
subject primarily responsible for the publication of the
Yipster Times, the official publication of the Youth
International Party (YIP). Subject arrested East Lansing,
Michigan Police Department on 3/20/64, and Miami, Florida
Police Department on 8/22/72. Subject traveled to
Columbus, Ohio, 11/22/72-11/24/72, to attend National
YIP Congress, and was present at YIP protest activity
·during 1973 Presidential Inauguration, Washington, DC,
1/20/73. Affiliation with YIP set forth. Physical
description set forth.
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I. BACKGROUND
A. Residence
On May 22,   advised the subject
resides at 6 Bleecker Street, New York City (NYC). This
residen ce also serves as a loosely organized office for
the Youth International Party (YIP).
Thi1 document contain• ncithC'r rccommcnd•tjona nor conclu1ion1 o( the FBI . It ia the property or the FBI and i1 loaned l-o your aa;cncy; it and ite content•
are pot to di111ibu1ed outoidt your a1eney.
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B. Employment
The YIP, also known as Yippies,
is a loosely-knit, anti-establish-
ment, revolutionary youth organi-
zation formed in NYC in January,
1968. In May, 1972, a small
faction call·ing itself YIP-
Zippie came into being.
On advised the subject
is primarily responsible for the publication of the
Yioster Times newspaper, the official YIP publication.
The source further advised the subject is a writer by
occupation.
On·September 15, 1972, a Special Agent (SA) of
the re&eral Bureau of (FBI) ascertained
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at tne unoergrouno Syndicate (UPS) , 204 West 10th
Street, New York (NY), NY.
C. Birth
The UPS was formed in NYC in
1967, and serves as a clearing-
house for revolutionary type
publications across the United
States (US).
On July 6, 1973, records of the Bureau of
Vital Statistics, NYC, revealed birth certificate number
16170 for ALAN JULES vIBBERHAN, born 19L45, at • ·
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Manhattan, NY. The father was listecf!:-as''-EzRAlfli'EBEPl·.Ul.H-;:. 11rrl\G"' · :. ·-·-'-
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D. Arrests
Records of the FBI, Identification Division,
'·lashington, DC, reflect the subject was arrested March 2 0,
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Identification Number 161-C-64. The subject was charged
.with-Tllegal Sale and Possession of Narcotics. No
disposition was shown.
that the subject was
Miami Beach Florida,
1972 .
uring t e Jl.epublican Nationa
1e su ject was arrested on August 22,
with disorderly conduct. The place of
as in front of the Convention Hall.
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mation identifiable with the subject.
On advised· that the
subject was present at a "Smoke-In", the First Annual
Marijuana Harvest Festival, held in Britingham Park,
Madison, Wisconsin, on September 22, 1971, which was
sponsored by the Wisconsin YIP .
On October 12, 1971, an article entitled, ''Life
is Just a Can of Garbage for Him" appeared in the Staten
Island Advance, a daily newspaper published at Staten
Island, NY. This article the subject as a
"self-styled garbage analyst". The article described
the subject as an individual who feels he can gain
insight into a person's character by analyzing the con-
tents of his garbage and also describes the subject as .an
expert on BOB DYLAN, the well.known folk ·singer.
The article further stated that the subject
would like to steal the garbage of certain public figures,
among them, Vice President SPIRO T. AGNEW, TRICIA NIXON
COX, daughter of President NIXON, and then Attorney
' General JOHN N. MITCHELL.
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.Weberman Meets.· State Street Gourmet", appeared .in the
Daily Cardinal, a Madison, Wisconsin newspaper. This
article described the subject as a teacher of "Dylanology"
at the Alternate University in NYC.
Alternate University was a self-
styled radical university lo-
cated at 530 6th Avenue, NYC,
which offered courses such as
Revolution Cuba, Fascism,
Marxism, and Marxism Economy.
This institution is now defunct.
On advised the .subject
was residing at 3113 Mary Street, Coconut G ~ o v e , Florida,
which was at that time YIP headquarters for the Democratic
and Republican National Conventions.
On advised a meeting
was held on August 7, 1972, at the Loeb Student Center,
NY University, NYC, to discuss plans for protest activities
to be held at the Republican National Convention in
Miami Beach, Florida, August 20, 1972, to August 24, 1972.
During a discussion of transportation arrangements, the
subject's name was mentioned as organizing a bus to
travel to Miami and would involve a cost of $50.00 per
person for anyone wanting transportation on the bus .
Many people laughed when the subject's name was mentioned
because they consider the $50.00 charge a ''rip off''.
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subject was in attendance at the YIP Thanksgiving Conclave,
Columbus, Ohio, November 22, 1972, to November 26, 1972.
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advised that during the Thanks-
giving Conclave, the subject spoke' to the convention
about dealing with the news media. During his remarks,
the subject mentioned that in approaching the media,
a Yippie should dress "freaky",·be friendly and humorous,
· always appear camera ready, .and hand out the Yipster Times.
On advised that the
Yippies were contemp a ing civil disorder type demon-
strations at the Presidential Inauguration Ceremonies,
January 19,   ar 23, 1973, wit no violence
planned. advised on
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DC, on January 19, 1973, to participate in YIP protest
activities at the Presidential Inauguration. The subject,
while in Washington, DC, resided at YIP headquarters,
515 2nd Street, Northeast, Washington, DC.
advised that YIP
held a City, Iowa, April 20,
1973, to April 22, 1973, which was attended by approxi-
mately 40 persons. The subject, who at that time re-
sided at YIP headquarters, 6 Bleecker Street, NYC, was
unable e he was working on the Yipster
Times. advised that the subject is
prirnari y ponsi e for the publication of the Yipster
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FBI observed the subject participating in a leadership
capacity at a YIP sponsored "Smoke-In", Central Park
Bandshow, NYC. The purpose of the "Smoke-In" was to
call atteution to "National Marijuana Day", and the demon-
stration featured a live rock concert and several hundred
free marijuana cigarettes.
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associated with YIP leaders.
On advised that the
subject was present in Was ington, DC, July 3, 1973, to
July 5, 1973, for the Fourth Annual YIP sponsored "Srnoke-
In" .. Source advised WEBERMAN spoke to a group of Yippies
during a rock concert on the afternoon of July 4, 1973.
The subject in his speech blamed the NIXON Administra-
tion for various problems present in American society
today.
III. DESCRIPTION
Name
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Date of Birth
Place of Birth
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ALAN JULES WEBERMAN
A. J. Weberman
White
Male
May 26, 1945
Manhattan, NY
Five feet, Ten inches
·165 pounds
Medium
Brown, shoulder length
Brown
East Lansing, Michigan
Police Department,
March 20, 1964, charge:
illegal sale and
posession of  
Miami, Florida Police
Department, August 22,
1972, charge: dis-
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Parents
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6 Bleecker Street
NY, NY
Underground Press
Syndicate,
204 West 10th Street,
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Writer
EZRA WEBER.MAN, Father,
SARA WEBERMAN, Mother
During January, February and March, 1973, various
sources in the NYC area, familiar with revolutionary type
.activities, were contacted and advised they could furnish
no information concerning the subject.
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New York, New York
In Reply, Pleas.e Refer to
FUeNo. Bufile 100-472405
NYfile 100-174055
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Title
Alan Jules Weberman
Character Security Matter-
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Special Agent (SA)
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Youth International Party
York report of
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All sources (except any listed below) whose identities are concealed
in referenced communication have furnished reliable information in the past.
This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions of the F'Bl. It is the property
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ALAN .TIJLES WEBERMAN
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Bureau routing slip dated
NY report dated 7/26/73.
8/3/73
REMARKS<
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YIP '"SMOKE-IN'", Wt.SHINGTON, D .c., 7 /4/73 ,-WAS WITH NEW YORK
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RE Cl NITEL 8/30/73; NY TEL, 8/22/73, CAPTIONED, '"NY
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY CYIP>, INlERNAL SECURITY

YIP CONGRESS WHICH WAS HELD IN COLUMBUS, OHIO, FROM 8/28/73
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ADMINISTRATIVE: RE BUREAU AIRTELllllllllllllllluATED B/29/73.
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ATTENTION: INTELLIGENCE DIVISION
FROM: SAC,
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Bureau telephone call__. 9/18/73.
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Enclosed for New York is one copy of the
advised that the YIP Collective House
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YIP Headquarters has been closed and the
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9/25/73
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SUBJECT:-·-·
ALAN.JULES
SM-YIP
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WEBERMAN aka
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Re New York summary report of SA
dated 7/26/73, and New York FD 122, dated 5/24 73,
the subject for the ADEX and has been subsequently
the Bureau •
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which recormnende
approved by
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INYESTIGATION
In Reply •. Please. Refer Lo
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Alan Jules Weberman
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As of May 22, 1973, the subject was primarily
responsible for the publication ?f the "Yipster Times", the
official public_ation of the Youth International Party (YIP). -
Subject was arrested on March 20, 1964, by the East Lansing,
Michigan Police Department and charged with illegal sale and
possession of narcotics. On August 22, 1972, he was arrested
for disorderly conduct in front of Convention Hall during the
Reput,lican National Convention, Miami, Florida. Subject
traveled to Columbus, Ohio, in November, 1972, to attend National
YIP Congress, and was present at YIP protest activity during
the Presidential Inauguration on January 20, 1973; in Washington,
D.C.
The known as Yippies, is a
knit, anti-establishment, revolutionary youth
organization formed in New York City in
January, 1968 .. In May, 1972, a small faction
calling itself YIP-Zippie came into being.
The following is a description of the subject:
Name
Alias
Race
Sex
Date and Place
of Birth
Height
Weight
Build
Hair
Eyes
Alan Jules Weberman
A, J. Weberman
White
Male
May 26, 1945, Manhattan,
• New York (NY)
5 feet 10 inches
165 pounds
Medium
Grown, shoulder length
Brown
This document contains neither recommendations nor conclusions
of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. It is the propexty of
the Federal Bureau of Investigation and is loaned to your agency;
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DIRECTOR, FBI {l00:-4i7o48) . . . ...
SAC, (100-177si5) {P)
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ReNYlet, ·5/22/73, no cc' s to
Enclosed herewith for the Bureau are six copies
of one LHM concerning the
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the Philadelphia Division in view
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of their interest in .
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of residence is SA
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1973, however, with negative results:
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captioned, •yoUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY; aka YIP;
l00-162260; Bufile 100-448 10, contains a
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F.RAL OF IN,VESTIGAT.N
New York, New York
October 2, 1973
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AA October, 1972, issue qf the
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Yipster Times",
a YIP publication with a return address of Post Office Box
384, Staten Island, New York, encoura.e;ed readers to contact
YIP at New York tele hone number 477-6243.
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, anti-establishment, revolutionary
youth organi%ation formed in New York City, in
January, 1968. In May, 1972, a small faction
calling itself YIP-Zippie came into being.
advised·
that 6 Bleecker street, New York, New York, serves as the YIP
headquarters in New York City. said ·this .
address serves as a YIP
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crash pad" and a contact oint for
ripples in the New York Cit area.
This document contains neither recommendations nor
conclusions of the Federal :su.reau of Investigation (FBI). It
the property of the FBI and is loaned to your agency; it and its
contents are not to be distribut-ed outside your agency.
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Alan Jules Weberman, resides at 6 Bleecker
Street, New York, New York, and is a leading
spokesman for the YIP movement in New York
City. Weberman is also associated With the
Underground Press Syndicate (UPS).
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On Jurie 15, 1973, physical observation at 6 Bleecker ·.
Street, New York, New York, py a of the Federal
Bureau of Investigation disclosedllllllllllllllJiB a
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Also .enclosed for the Bureau and New York '-0:.i · ·
respectively are two (2) xerox copies ·of a ·one .page·· • ·.··.
sheet of paper captioned, "YIP Registration", utilized · ' I"·,-:,:;--::,.
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"., .. ""';: '-' '<"existence in 1968 for the purpose-of staging a massive_<:.::·;>:,.,.,;.

youth festival in late 1968 in Chicago, Illinois, ·to. ::: .. _;·':;"'.;'
I ,., __ ,., coincide with the Democratic National Convention (DNC) • , .. ,·;l:_.·
:.- Leaders, ·in its early history, included JERRY. RUBIN'.\'. ·
'j { and ABBOTT HOWARD HOFFMAN, both of whom were convicted ,_•'i; .. :t•. · ·
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·· ·of the Antiriot Laws during disturbances at the above .' > .-·---:-. ·
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. pronouncement urging the youth of the United States to . .._:",;,-: .. :: ·'
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tions in favor of creating a utopian socialistic soclety :'·':·:: ·"}•''
permitting complete individual freedom of choice. Since''.;-·)';·-";,,:.,-.
its inception, when issues of considerable radical- ·" · ' · .:,;.:.
revolutionary inte:xmt have arisen, YIP has demonstrated :;;,··:..::--
its ability to assemble large numbers of zealous individuals .·
for demonstrations and protests, a number of which have · ., ..
in violence and arrests • ."·During a public speech .. .. -.- '"
. . ·in April, 1972, when referring to the then forthcoming · . .·.-
. national political conventions. YIP leader RUBIN stated,
) ,:,:;·( . "We will dump the convention into the sea and use other · ,'.: :- : ...
;, · · · . methods ·than the electoral process to change the United ·': • .
........ • · · states of America." IRVIN DANA BEAL, leading YIP
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are currently avoiding. revolutionary pl.lblic · q,,,:';i:
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·:.f.>_f,.J1.'\ :. confrontations with authorities in an attempt to

;"" revolutionary fervor among young people. Examples of·• ;-. ,, .. ...
: • · : this activity took place auring tne August,. 1973 •

• ·National Convention (RNC) and the' 7 /4/73 YIP demonstrat:Lon'·
· in Washington, DUring the RNC, THOMAS KING .
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;• ' ana CINDY ELlZABE'l'H ORNS'l'EEN. then members. or a YIP' faction .. ':
. """ ·· .,. calling itself YIP-Zippie, were arrested on 8/23/72', ·in .. :_.·
•" · -. Miami Beach• Florida, and charged with violation of. ..
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·\;;,_.;:::: nonregistration of fire bombs. · Trial judge  
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·;: :··_· -' could made J;>ringing the evider_ice within the scope of·\
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LHM, other than for information purposes, should identify
· those· individuals in· attendance at the YIP conference, " · _::-. l"'2 :'. :
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·; ':.: • appropriate investigation to identify at person, consider..: .r; .. • ·
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RE: YOUTH INTERNATIONAL Pl,RTY (YIP)
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
The Youth International Party (YIP),
also known as Yippies, is a loosely knit,
antiestablishment, revolutionary youth
organization formed in Ne\·l York City in
January, 1968. ) '· ·
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A national YIP conference was held in Columbus,
Ohio, from Monday, August 27, 1973, to Saturday, September·
1, 1973. ),\
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Registration !for , he national YIP
i .   f:/ ! (Source: CI T-1) .
was at the residence of l<!obrf Miernik and Margaret/ Miernik,
133 East 7th Avenue, Colurnbu , Ohio. The Yippies register-
ing for the conference were supposed to pay a $4.
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registration fee, wnich would be used to help defray the
cost of food. ,l{
(Source: CI T-1)
Monday, August 27, 1973
The proposed site for the national YIP conference
was a campgrounds, _located near Hoover Reservoir. That
campsite was supposed to be on the shore of a lake or
rese:;voir, and was supposed to permit complete privacy. J;\
CLl'1SSIFiED ,
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No ,Yippies from the New York City contingent ··--·-
had arrived in Columbus, Ohio. Apparently, the engine
on the bus being utilized by the New York Yippies had been
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was used   Vietnam Veterans Agai,I_ the War
(VVJ\1·7) in Nevr York Ci tY\. Dana Beal, A. J. ·Weberman,
all. New_ Yo_r:k City
Yippies, had not arrivca in Columbus, and it was possible
they would not be coming. Dana Beal was supposed to be
at some "blues" festival in Nashville, Tennessee over
the Labor Day weekend. Aaron/Kay had telephoned the
_Miernik residence from Tulsa,' Oklahoma earlier in the
week, but Kay had not arrived and his whereabouts
were not known. ·"   SU8Jr;:; ,- ,y,;: 'i'!f'.'XITON
(Source: CI T-1)
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CI 100-19673
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Enclosed for the BUreau are eleven (11) copies
of an I.HM regarding a National YIP Conference, Columbus,
Ohio, 8/27 /73 - 9/1/73. Copies of I.HM are enclosed for
interested offices. Two copies of an FD-376 are stapled to
Bureau copies of LHM.
disseminated
'nle confidential informants utilized in the
LHM are as follows: ~
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CI 100-19673
'l'he enclosed L8M has been classified Genfi4eAtial
to protect
Thia investiqation is based on information
indicating that captioned orqanization is engaged in
activities which could involve a violation of Title 18,
u.s. Code, 2383 (Rebellion or Insurrection), 2384
(Seditious Conspiracyl, 2385 (Advocatin9 overthrow of
the Government) and 2101 (Antiriot Laws). .
Youth International Party (YIP) came into
existence in 1968 for the pirpoae of staging a massive
youth festival in late 1968 in Chicago, Illinois, to ·
coincide with the Democratic National Convention (DNC).
Leaders, in its early history, included JERRY RUBIN
and ABBOTT HOWARD HOFFMAN, both of whom were convicted
(later overturned by u.s. Court of Appeals) of violation
of the Antiriot Laws durinq disturbances at the above
1968 DNC. In July, 1970, YIP distributed •ytp Manifesto•,
vhich was basically an antiestabliahment, revolutionary
pronouncement urqing the youth of the united States to
repudiate competitive enterprise and established institu-
tions in favor of creating a utopian socialistic society
permitting complete individual of choice. Since
its inception, when issues of considerable radical-
revolutionary inte.,t have arisen, YIP has demonstrated
its ability to assemble larqe numbers of zealous individuals
for demonstrations and protests, a number of which have
resu1ted in violence and arrests. During a public apeec:h
in April, 1972, when referring to the then forthcoming
national political conventions, YIP leader RUBIN stated,
•we will dump the convention the aea and use other
.etbods than the electoral process to change the United
States of America.• IRVIN DANA BEAL, leadinq YIP theoretician
and current YIP national lmder, stated on 7/14/73, •Everywhere
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that the facist pig Nixon shows his face we will confront
him but not ecessaril in a non-violent
Apparently because of prosecutive action ·
taken against RUBIN and HOFFMAN (who have drifted a...-ay
from the YIP) and others including BEAL, YIP leaders ·
are currently avoiding flamboyant revolutionary public
statements. The organization continues, however, to engage
in demonstrationa,during lofhich individual YIP anarchistic
activities and leaders advocate violent actions and
confrontations with authorities in an attempt to buil.d - ·
revolutionary fervor among young people. Examples of
this activity took place auring tne August, 1973 Republican
National Convention (RNCJ and the 7/4/73 YIP demonstration
LEADS:
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YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
The Youth International Party (YIP),
also known as Yippies, is a loosely knit,
antiestablishment, revolutionary youth
organization formed in New York City in
January, J.968. ·
A national YIP conference was held in Columbus,
Ohio, from Monday, August 27, 1973, to Saturday, September
1, 1973 .
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uc o t e discouragement of the
rriving Yippies, the facilities mentioned in the latest
issue of the "Yipster TirnesM were not available and
never became available because the people in New York
who work on the "Yipster Times" were ·not able personally
to investigate the area. Many people were unhappy with
the situation.
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STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY
Students for a Democratic Society
(SDS) was founded during June, 1962, at
Port Huron, Michigan, and in the 1960s
functioned as the leading New Left campus-
based student organization in the United
States. From an initial posture of "partici-
patory democracy", SDS moved to a· radical-
revolutionary position, with debate centering
on now .best to create a revolutionary youth
movement. · Internal factionalism produced
a split during the SDS National Convention
in June, 1969, which resulted in the tallowing
three factions: Weatherman: Worker Student
Alliance (WSA): and the Revolutionary Youth
Movement (RYM). The Weatherman and RYM are
no longer affiliated with SDS. The WSA
continues to use the name SDS and maintains
its national headquarters in Chicago, Illinois.
WEATHERMAN
Weatherman, formerly a faction of
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS),
controlled the SDS National Office from
June, 1969, until its closing in February,
.1970. Weatherman then entered an underground
status and adopted a tactic of Mstrategic
sabotage", with police and military installations
designated as primary targets.
STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC SoC:IETY/
WORKER STUDENT ALLIANCE
Worker Student Alliance (WSA), a faction
of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS),
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was expelled from SDS in June, 1969, by
the then dominant Weatherman faction but
continued to use the name SDS and opened an
office in Boston, Massachusetts. WSA aligned
ideologically with the Progressive Labor Party
(PLP} and in February, 1971, moved to Chicago,
Illinois. Students for a Democratic Society/
Worker Student Alliance currently shares
office space with the PLP in Chicago.
REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH MOVEMENT
Revolutionary Youth M::>vement (RYM),
a pro-Communist revolutionary youth organiza-
tion, was organized in 1969, first as a
faction with the Students for a Democratic
Society (SOS), then as a separate group with
headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. RYM was
unsuccessful in attracting support and by
the end of 1970 it was defunct.
PROGRESSIVE LABOR PARTY
The Progressive Labor Party (PLP) .
was founded in 1962 by individuals expelled ·
from the Communist Party, USA. for following
the Chinese communist· line. Its objective is
the establishment of a militant working-class
movement based on Marxism-Leninism and MAO Tse-
tung thought.
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On August 30, 1973, the meeting originally
scheduled for 11:00 A.M. ·finally took place at l:OO P.M.
in a nearby elementary school. That meeting resulted in
members not from New York condemning the New York leader-
ship. Steve Conliff attempted to organize the meeting,
which was attended by approximately thirty people. At
3:00 P.M., the meeting finally broke up through lack
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VIETNAM VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR
The Vietnam Veterans Against the War
(VVAW) is a national organization whose
membership opposes the war in Vietnam and
the Selective Service System. The VVAW has
sponsored demonstrations in protest against
the war in Vietnam throughout the United
Stctes.
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The only press release made regarding· the
YIP conference was made to radio station WCOL, Columbus,
Ohio.
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The only meeting of any sign°ificance in
connection with the YIP was held on the
evening of August 31, 1973,· at Seevers' residence,
135 East 7th Avenue, eolumbus, Ohio. Approximately
twenty persons were present for . that meeting, which
was a workshop on "sexism". The workshop was less than
forty-five minutes in duration, and evolved into a "rap"
session the leadership of Steve onliff, Dana Beal,
and Alice \ Lehrnan,
workshop.
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created to bring about change in the American
system of government by terrorist acts,
including murder and other urban guerrilla
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· any plans fpr a YIP ."Fall Offensive". No plans were
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lack of and actuallf went as
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• YI_Pj and it was believed that
there was going to be a spTit in the YIP because the New
York Chapter, who seemed to be the main organizers, had
been at fault for many mistakes. Many members disagreed
with the New York YIP due to those mistakes.
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YIP did not split into any definite faction
- because the Yippies are not well enough organized to
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disgusted because the YIP from New
. York City, with the exception oft.r;ana neal and  
did not come to the conference. The Yippies present - ·
in Columbus seemed resolved to resist future domination
of YIP activities by the New York City. Yippies •
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the YIP members, due to \ the living quarters , food and the
unbearable heat. The YIP members stayed in two houses
at 133 and 135 East 7th C O ·
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night and others plann t , leave on Saturday, September 1,
1973. The whole week seemet\ to be a waste of time and
"one big  
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YIP conference, Columbus, Ohio.
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In Reply. Refer io
F'.UNo.
UN.D STATES DEPARTMENT OF    
F>.DERAL BUREAU OF INVEST!GATd)N
Cincinnati, Ohio
October 4, 1973
Title
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
Character
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Reference Memorandum at Cincinnati, Ohio, dated
· and captioned as above.
All sources (except any listed below) whose identities are concealed
in referenced communication have furnished reliable information in the past.
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This document contains neither recommendations nor conclu•ions of the FBI. lt is the property
o( the FBI and i• loaned to your agency; it and its contents are not to be distributed outside you:r
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TO : DIREC'l'CR, FBI (100-448910)
SUBJECT:
Re Bureau to CI,
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(i)-Bureau (Enc.
3-Albany (Enc. 4)
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2-Alexandria ( nc.
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2-Baltimore ( c. .
(l-100- )(YIP
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1-Chicago (Enc.
4-Cleveland (Enc. 5)
(l-100- ) YIP
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(1-100-
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3-Denver (Enc.
(l-100-10480)
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2-Detroit (Enc
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Sent __________ M Per _________ __,
Special Aoent in Charoe U.S.Government Prlntln9 Ofnc:.: 1972 - 455-
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1-Indianapolie (Enc. 2)(Info)(l00-YIP)
2-Los Angeles (Bnc. 3)
   
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4-Milwaukee (Enc. 5
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1-Newark (Bnc. 2)(Info)(l00-YIP)
12-New York (Enc. 14)
(2-100-162260) YIP
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2-Norfolk (Enc. 3)
(l-100-6705 ) (YIP)
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4-Philadelphia
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(l-100- )
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I-Pittsburgh (
2-Seattle (Bnc.
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2-Springf ield ( •
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(l-100- ) ("WALRUS" NEWSPAPER.)
1-WPO (Enc. 2)(Info)(l00-48355)
16-Cincinnati
(2-100-19673)
(1-100-19538)
(l-100-20661)
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(l-100-19030)
(1-100-19042)
(l-100-18776)
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(l-100-20703)
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Enclosed for t.be Bureau are eleven (11) copiea
of an LAM regardinq a Rational YIP Conference, COlumbaa,
Ohio,     - 9/1/73. Copies of LHM are enclosed for
interested offices. Two copies of an PD-376 are stapled to
Bureau copies of LHM
The confidential informants in the
LHM are aa follows:
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854 PM NITEL 11-13-73 WWC
TO: F'BI AND SACS
PHILADELPHIA
NEW YORK
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ATTENTION: . INTD. DEMONSTRATION . SPONSORED
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·TO OP.EN THE ARCHIVES AND EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE .. AND THE . .NEW
YORK CITY YIP-ZIPPIES, AT WASHINGTON, D.C., 11/23/73.
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QJEST FILED ON 1111/73 BY ALA Ji.UMBER SIX, . .&:---,/)) r
      ON BEHALF OF THE COMMITTEE TO OPEN .
THE ARCHIVES AND EXAM! NE THE EVIDENCE. THE GROUP REQUESTED x .. .
PERMISSION TO GATHER AT THE UNITED STATES CAPJJOL DURING THE ·
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THE PURPOSE OF OPENING THE ARCHIVES TO DETERMINE IF JOHN F.
KENNEDY WAS INDEED KILLED BY LEE HARVEY OSWALD.
ON l l/ 12/73
MADE AVAILABLE A COPY OF AN APPLICATION FOR
A PARADE PERMIT FILED BY ALAN WEBERMAN AS THE COORDINATOR
OF THE COMMITTEE TO OPEN THE ARCHIVES, THE APPLICATION RE-
FLECTS THAT THE GROUP WILL CONDUCT A MARCH DURING THE HOURS
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OF TWELVE NOON UNTIL 7100 P.M., STARTING AT 8TH AND PENNSYLVANIA
AVENUE, N.w., AND WILL PROCEED TO THE UNITED STATES CAPITOL
AND THE WHITE HOUSE, ATTACHED TO THE APPLICATION WAS A LEAFLET
ENTITLED JFK'S BRAIN WHICH STATES THE GROUP WILL DEMAND THAT
THE ARCHIVES BE OPENED TO RESEARCHERS WHO WANT TO SEE IF THE
EVIDENCE IN THE ARCHIVES BACKS THE CONCLUSIONS OF THE WARREN
COMMISSION. THE GROUP 'WILL ALSO DE.MA!lD THAT EVIDENCE ALLEGEDLY
BEING HELD BY THE KENNEDY FAMILY AND THE BETHESDA NAVAL
HOSPITAL BE RETURNED TO THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES, THE LEAFLET
STATES THAT AMONG OTHERS THE FOLLOWING WILL CONDUCT SPEECHES
AT THE ARCHIVES:
MAE BRUSSELL, DAN FREED, CARL OGLESBY, MARK LANE AND
SHERMAN SKOLNICK.
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THE LEAFLET STATES THAT THE ACTION IS BEING SPONSORED
BY THE COMMITTEE TO OPEN THE ARCHIVES AND EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE, .
AND THE NEW YORK CITY YIP•ZIPPIES AND THAT THE YIPSTERS
" "·. AROUND THE woe, BALTIMORE, MARYLAND, AND PENNSYLVANIA AREAS
TO DISTRIBUTE LEA!LETS AND   THE ,;
LEAFLET ALSO CONTAINS AN INFORMATION TELEPHONE NUMBER 2 .12-477-6243 ,t-·'lo {) ( _...
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THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY, ALSO KN8WN AS YIPPIES IS A
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LOOSELY KNIT ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT REVOLUTIONARY ORGANIZATION
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FORMED IN NEW YORK CITY IN JANUARY, L96S.
ADMINISTRATIVE.
RECIPIENTS ARE REQUESTED TO CONTACT APPROPRIATE SOURCES
AND ATTEMPT TO DETERMINE ANY INFORMATION REGARDING MODE OF
TRAVEL, IDENTITY OF PARTICIPANTS AND NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS
EXPECTED TO TRAVEL !O woe ON 11/23/73. SECONDLY, RECIPIENTS
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ARE REQUESTED TO ATTEMPT TO DETERMINE IF THE DEMONSTRATORS
R.AN TO BE ARRESTED.
WFO FOLLOWING.
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r   A FORMER NATIONAL STUDENTS FOR A DEMOCRATIC,
· SOCIETYl CS> LEADER; )
MARK ANE, AN ATTORNEY FROM NEW YORK WHO IS THE AUTHOR ·'\
OF THE BO K, "RUSH TO JUDGMENT," CONCERNING THE INADEQUACIES
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SOURCE FURTHER ADVISED ON OF THE NATIONAL ORGANIZERS
FOR THIS DEMONSTRATION IS A.J. WEBERMAN, A YIP ACTIVIST
FROM YORK CITY,
SOURCE ADVISED
LISTING TELEPHONE NO. 212-477-6243 AT
NEW YORK, NEW ' YORK, TO BE CALLED FOR FURTHER INFO CONCERNING
SOURCE ADVISED TO DATE,
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COIGllTrEE TO OPD TRE AnCHIV.ES DD EXAUIJiB TUE ICVIDEJICE• TO
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TO BOLD A DE!llONSTn.ATirJR FOR TJli PlJKPOSE OE QPE?iIBQ THE ABCllIYES
TO "DET£1UII.n IF .JOllM I'. UMHEDY WAS l.JUlEfil> E'ILLE.D BT LU
RARV&Y OSif.Aur' ALAN WEBERMAN IS A NEW YORK CITY Yll' LEADER.
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liOA AVAILADLI A COPY 01' U APPLIC\TlOlf Foa A PARA.Im PEIUIIT
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TO APPLICATIO?i, ENTITLED .. ng•s BRAIJf"' STATES GROUP WILL D?:KABD
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EVIDEBCE IM TB& AllCBIVES BACXS TJm COKCUJSIORS W.\lUU;K
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ARCHIVES: MAE BRUSSELL, DAB FREED, CARL OGLESBY, LUE,
AND SHE.Il!IAN SXOLBia.
BUDQUART.£RS FILES CONTAili liO REFBlibNCE
TO OP.EH nm AW::.11.IVES .AND EXAJUXE nm EVIDENC£" AJtD so
BASIS OR' Tim IJiFOrutATIOO st1HJUTTI:D. NCYl'E
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mz 1\EY YORE CITY YIP-ZIPPIES, .I.ND TtiAT A.ROOliD nm
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1'ASlll?iGTON, D.C., DALTIWORE, KAIIYLAMD, PEJmSTLVAJJIA
A.ZlEA s ARI; BEUJ.G JLE®".eST'@ TO DI srn1 Ben J.&U"J.ZrS AXD POSTUta.
BAII> LtA.FL....T-T ALSO Cc»ll"AIKS n'TOP.MATl<DI TEI.i\Pfl<lra JiVllllEI?.
21.2-477-6243, ( ALAN F--Bt R.lW'J'S BOYE TEL£Pll01i.S LlsrIRG llf
JiEW YORK CITY). tkf.;EQU-:NCW lllLWAJ,UE TELt't'YM: N:YrES .Tl!AT,..
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JUVE RESVLTbI> IN VIOI.LNCE. 0021110 YIP T/t/73
Jmll:)NSTAATIOlf IR 'IAmINGTO&, D. C., m\'OLVING S<mR 400
I?IDIVIDUALS. A J.'\:11.DlJl Qii' Yi.P ACTIVISTS lltSinm> TO nmow GI;.lCl..'li
Aleu OTID."'R 1TDl3 AT VAllIOUS FEDERAL BUILt>lJGS BUT DID JIOl'
  OF DISAGRfEllrurl A»ONG PAnTICIPATlliG YIPS COI«CI:PJU!iG
11IE WI SDO?i 01' &UCB ..itTl QJi. AT »QST aECUfT nP GATJn;RilfG
(NA'l'IOMAL CQNl'lillUiCE 8/7.j -9 ' 7'3, COU;i.iDtJS, OKIO,)
DISCUSSlOHS TOOX PLACE TO Tlm i;ri·r:CT Tl!AT YIP SllOOLD STA(ilj;
JIATIOHA.L FOOD RIOTS l!f STOOES BELOliGI!iG TO 'lllE LA.RO.& GROCEJa
CBl\.!!48 AND C!mTAUI YIP ACTIVISTS AJJVOCATED SLPPORT f'Qll Tim
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lnstftnt telety1)3 directed to offices
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YIP national o:- covering areas tn·:olvcd 111
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ARCHIVES AND EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE AND THE NEW YORK CITY YIP-
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WUTH INTERNPTIONAL EARTY CYIP> - ZIPPIES PLAN A RALLY ON
f..10VEt'1BE?. 23, 1973 AT THE NATIOfML P.RCHIVES, WASHINGTON, D.C.
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\I/HO WANT TO DETERMINE IF THE EVIDEN.CE THE € ?&7- /Ix.
THE WARREN COMMISSION.
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STATED THAT SCHEDULED TO APPEAR AT THE RALLY
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THE YIP, ALSO KNOWN AS YIPPlES, IS A LOOSELY-KNIT, ANTI-
ESTABLISHMENT, REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH ORGANIZATION FORMED IN NYC IN
JANUARY, 1968. IN MAY, 1972, A SMALL F'ACTIOt·l CAL!.. ING ITSELF' YIP-
ZIPPIZ CAME INTO BEING, BUT CURRENTLY DOES NOT EXIST AS AN
ORGANIZED FACTION OF' YIP.
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YEARS AND CO NTINUALLY PRO
YORK AND WAS TO
LAND INSTITUTE, MENLO PARK, C.
IN 1964, MARK LAtJE, ATTORN
THE ACCUSED
SON BEFORE THE WARREN CO MMISSI
PRESIDENT JOHN r·. KEt-!NEDY.
CARL PRESTON OGLESBY,

EDITOR TO "RAMP
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PUBLICATION IN NEW
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BY THE MOTHER OF
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THE MURDER OF'
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THE ·vIPSTER TIMES," THE OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE YIP.
ADMINISTRATIVE:
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ALL SOURCES HAVE FURNISHED RELIABLE
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8fH AflD AVC:NUE, N.W •, ·WDC, AT ABOUT 1 :06 P.M.
THE GROUP CALLING ITSELF THE COMMITTEE TO OPEN THE ARCHIVES
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AND EXAMINE THE EVIDENCE WHICH INCLUDES MEMBERS OF' YOUTH
HlTERNATIOMAL PARTY HAD GATH£RED TO DEMAND THAT THE EVIDENCE /J
REGARD I NG THE A$SASSH!ATION F. MADloPUBLfC. -- l /
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AFTER THE DEMONSTRATION AT THE NATIONAL ARSHIVES, THE
GROUP BEGAN ITS MARCH TO THE CAPITOL AT APPROXIMATELY 2:32 P.M.
THE GROUP ARRIVED AT THE U.S. CAPITOL VIA CONSTITUTION AVENUE
AND CONTINUED THEIR DEMONSTRATION AT TIME ON THE WEST
CAPITOL STEPS, THEIR GROUP THEN NUMBERING APPROXIMATELY 15
INDIVIDUALS. THE DEMONSTRATION AT THE CAPITOL LASTED UNTIL
APPROXIMATELY 3:20 P.M. AT WHICH TIME THE GROUP BROKE UP.
ADVISED THAT THE DEMONSTRATION WAS ORGANIZED BY
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ADVISED THAT SPEECHES WERE GIVEN DURING THE DEMONSTRATION BY
THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS: SHERMAN SKOLNICK, A. J. WEBERMAN
-AND DANA BEAL. STATED THAT OfJE OF THE GROUP'S
DEMANDS WAS THAT THE EVIDENCE REGARDING THE ASSASSINATION OF
JOHN F. KENNEDY IS BEING HELD BY THE KENNEDY FAMILY AND AT
BETHESDA NAVAL HOSPITAL AND THAT IT SHOULD BE RETURNED TO THE
NATIONAL ·ARCHIVES.
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THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY, ALSO KNOWN AS YIPPIES, IS
A LOOSELY KUIT ANTI-ESTt.BLISHMENT REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH ORGANIZA-
TION FORMED IN NEW YORK CITY IN 1968.
THERE WERE INCIDENTS AND NO ARRESTS •
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REFERENCE WFO TELETYPE TO THE BUREAU,
11/21/73.
IT SHOULD BE NOTED BY THE BUREAU AND NEW
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TRIBUTED TO
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IDENTIFICATION DURING THE   iHE ABOVE ADVISED
THAT NO INDIVIDUAL WAS OBSERVED AT ·THE DEMONSTRATION FITTING
THE GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF
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fiEPORTING OFFICE OFFICE OF ORIGIN DATE INV ESTIGATIVE PERIOD
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TITLE OF CASE REPORT MADE •Y
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REFERENCES:
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YIP came into existence in 1968 for the purpose of
staging a massive youth festival in late 1968, in Chicago,
Illinois, to coincide with the Democratic National Convention
(DNC}. Leaders, in its early history, included JERRY CLYDE
RUBIN and ABBOTT HOWARD HOFFMAN, both of whom were convicted
(later overturned by United States (US} Court of Appeals) of
violation of the Antiriot Laws during disturbances at the
above 1968 DNC. In July, 1970, YIP distributed "YIP
Manifesto," which was basically an anti-establishment,
revolutionary pronouncement urging the youth of the US to
repudiate competitive enterprise and established institutions
in favor of creating a utopian socialistic society permitting
complete individual freedom of choice. Since its inception,
when issues of considerable radical-revolutionary interest have
arisen, YIP has demonstrated its ability to assemble large
numben;of zealous individuals for demonstrations and protests,
a number of which have resulted in violence and arrests.
During a public speech in April, 1972, when referring to the
then forthcoming national political conventions, YIP leader
RUBIN stated "We will dump the convention into the sea and use
other methods than the electoral process to change the United
States of America." IRVIN DANA BEAL, leading YIP theoretician
and current YIP national leader, stated on July 14, 1973,
"Everywhere that the facist pig NIXON shows his face, we will
confront him but not. necessaril in a non-violent wa ."
Apparently because of prosecutive action taken against
RUBIN and HOFFMAN (who have drifted away from the YIP} and others
including BEAL, YIP leaders are currently avoiding flamboyant
revolutionary public statements. The organization continues,
however, to engage in demonstrations during which individual YIP
anarchistic activists and leaders advocate violent actions and
confrontations with authorities in an attempt to build revolutionary
fervor among young people. Examples of this activity took place
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for Milwaukee is one (1)
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NY 100-177634
ALAN J. WEBERll.AN is an ADEX subject of the NYO.
(Bufile 100-472405; NYfile 100-174055).
The records of the New York State Department of Motor
Vehicles check -on 12/3/73, disclosed no mention of
INFORMANTS:
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DEC. 14 1973
lOci-177634
Bureau Fiie #:
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BACKGROUND
TbU. document coai..ina acithtt rccommcndatioa• nor concluaiocu oC the FBI. It ia the po-operty of the FBI and ia loaD<:d to J'GUr aaency; It and lb a>ntenta
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The YIP, also known as Yippies, .is a
loosely-knit, anti-establishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New York City, in· January, 1968.
In May, 1972, a small faction calling
itself YIP- Zippie came into b e i ~  
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New Yon k. fJ ·t....
, 6 NYC, is the residence address of
A, a YIP leader in NYC. This residence serves
as a   pad II and contact point for yippies in the NYC
area. It also serves as a YIP headquarters, although the office
space is loosely organized. It is unknown at this time if
reside at this address.
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Yipster Times," organizational publication of YIP,
in its issue of Volume 1, Number 8, circulated in November, 1973,
discloses the address for "Youth International Party News
Service, Post Office Box 392, Canal Street, NYC, 10013."
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On November 22-25, 1972, a YIP Congress was
held at Wesley Foundation and St. Stephen's Episcopal
Church, Columbus, Ohio. Approximately 60 persons rrom
throughout the United States was in attendance
which was nized and
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In Reply, Pl«JH RejeT 1o .
No. Bufile 100-468491
NYfile 100-177634
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Character
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Subversive Matter - Youth Inter-
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. .; .·.station·/ DANA BEAL and A.J. WEBERMAN ·appear .. to . hold together . what
'i · · .". is". left. Of· YIP . in NYC • . _Volume 1, No. 8, . of _. :'.
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. :.> publication, stated ·the YIP hopes to grow· and become a ·.thi°rd ...
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·: advised that .. YIP activity centers principally around' ·. drug culture_. '._.
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· .. -:':main purpose· .·or which .was to smoke·· marijuana in ·puplic to protest·existint
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. . part ·.of August, . 1973; was to center · around to be taken· ·
: · ·,against the high price of food. advised no positive decisions re-
. from: meetings at YIP Columbus conference .•. YIP co-spons.ored ·. demon-
.. '.'· stration in WDC 11/23/73, with Committee to Open the Archives and Examine
: . . . ·,· the Evidence; to.-demand that the Archives· be opened to researchers ·:who .
; . wanted to see if · evidence in Archives backed conclusions·.of Warren Com- -·
· .. ··: · miss ion · re ·assassination of Pres. KENNEDY . . Meeting held after '·ll/23/73
i-: ·: demonstration where an individual indicated ·an interest · in mechanics of .
· .. · acquiring. false identification and going underground'.· In this
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or · in ·. area_. ; .· -· ·_: ·. .

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AND THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON AT WASHIIDTON
DC, APR IL 24-27, 1974, IS. A.(
ON APRIL 22, 1974, A.SOURCE, WHO HAS FURNISHED REl..IABLE
INFORM AT ION IN THE PAST, ADVISED THAT YOUTH I NTIB NATIONAL PARTY
CYIP) LEADER, A .J MAN . WAS ON THE HUNTER COLLEGE CAMPUS
IN NEW YORK CITY, ON APRIL 20-21, 1974, WHERE AN ANARCHIST CON-
FERENCE WAS BEING HELD, AID WAS TRYIOO TO GET PEOPLE TO ATTEID
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SPONSORED BY THF. NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH. NIXON CNCIN>!
SOURCE STATED THAT 'f1EBERMAN HAD NO ORGANIZED PLAN FOR PEOPLE
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TO TRAVEL TO woe' AND APPARENTLY RECEIVED LITTLE INTEREST FROM
PEOPLE HE CONT Act.ED. WEBERMAN STATED THE YIP WILL STAY AT
APARTMENT 8' . 1731 T STREET' OORTHWEST' WHILE IN woe FOR THE
ABOVE DEMONSTRATION CTELEPHONE NUMBER 667-2471>. SOURCE STATED
YIP PLANS TO BUY A GROSS OF NIXON MASKS TO WEAR AT THE
DEMONSTRATION AND ARE PLANNING TO MAKE A RAT FLOAT. WEBERMAN STATED
ONE CFIRST NAME UNKNOWN> BAXTER WAS SETTI?-X3 UP PLACES FOR PEOPLE
TO STAY IN \TDC. HE STATED THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON
WAS HELPING TO ORGANIZE THE DEMONSTRATION AND THE YIP HAD OBTAINED
THE PERMIT. SOURCE STATED THAT IN ADDITION TO WEBERMAN, HE LEARNED

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WITH YIP' ARE TO BE IN woe FOR THE DEMONSTRATION
THE YIP, ALSO KNOWN AS YIPPIES, IS A LOOSELY-KNIT, ANTI-
ESTABLISHMENT, VIOLENCE PRONE YOUTH ORGANIZATION FORMED IN
NYC IN JANUARY, 1968.
THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON IN HEADQUARTERED
AT 1404 M. STREET, WO C, THE MAIN AIM OF THE
CRGANIZATION IS TO GATHER SUPPORT FOR THE IMPEACHMENT OF
FRESIDENT NIXON. l.j
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RADICAL ELEMENTS IN NEW YORK CITY HAVE TAKEN INTEREST IN NYCIN.
ADMINISTRATIVE:

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t h o ::i:1h,i c c i: may have Hi.th ' ·TR :-:·1; ·r1.· · sev erol times, but
doB S r r:i 8 lde with h:1.m n n r,1 pclT"fltlATlt b 83 is. ·\---.._
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UNITED STATES .G< UNMEN1'
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SAC, NEW YORIC (100-178437) (P)
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Re Loa Angeles letter to Bureau, 3/28/74.
Bureau (RH)
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Fo-204 (Rev. J -3- '9)
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UNITED STATES DEPART MENT OF JUSTICE
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Date:
Field Office File #:
JUN 1 7 1974
l00-162260 Bureau File #: 100-448910
Title:
YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
Character:
INTERNAL SECURITY
Synopsis: YIP has no official office; however, apartments
of YIP leaders at 6 and 9 Bleecker Street, NYC,
are used by the YIP. The mailing address of YIP is Post
Office Box 392, Canal St • .- Station, NYC. In March, 1974, YIP
requested supporters to "pan-handle" at least $2.00 a
month to help the publication, "Yipster Times" to survive.
Leaflet circu1ated by YIP depicted President NIXON with a
gun at his ear, wi th the statement "The Only Dope Worth
Shooting Is In the White House". YIP participated with other
organizations in Washington, D.C. on 4727/74 in demonstration ..
to impeach President NIXON, and it was rumored that rep-
resentatives of YIP performed "trashing" during demonstration • ."
On 5/18/74, YIP held a Third Annual National Marijuana Day ·
demonstration in NYC, where leaders spoke concerning legali- .
zation of marijuana. On 5/26/74, Yippies demonstrated against
the visit of Vice President GERALD FORD at Mt. Sinai
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EXEMPT FROM GDS, CATEGORY 2
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Information set forth in this report is unclassified
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The Youth International Party (YIP) has no official
office; the apartment of YIP leader ALAN JULES -(A.J.) .
WEBERMAN at o Bleecker Street, New York City, and the apart-
ment of YIP leader DANA BEAL at 9 Bleecker Street, New York
City, are used by the . YIP as crash pads and for the distri-.....-:-
bution of the official YIP publication
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NY T-1
April 22, 1974
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a loosely-
k.li.i t, antiestablishment, violence prone youth
or9anization, formed in New York City in January,
1908. Iri May, 1972, a small faction calling
itself Yip-Zippie came into being, but currently
does not exist as an organized faction of YIP.
mvIN DANA BEAL, also known as Dana Beal, was
arrested in Madison, Wisconsin and charged with
local narcotics violations during the summer
of 1971. At that time, BEAL was regarded as .
a leader in the Madison, Wisconsin chapter of
YIP and was considered a national YIP Theoretician.
BEAL is also affiliated w:tth the Yaderground· Press
Syndicate in New York City. /! t.  



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December 15, 1972
The Undc1g1ountl Press Syndicate {l!PS), founded
in New York City in 1967, serves as a clearing
house for underground newspapers seeking
information regarding underground publications
and persons affiliated with the radical press.
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A.J. WEBERMAN, although not considered a
public leader of YIP, is very influential
in YIP policy making. WEBERMAN is the
person primarily responsible for the YIP
publication
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NY T-1
May 22, 1973 .
The current mailing address for the YIP is Post ·
Office Box 392 Canal Street Station, New York, New York
10013.
NY T-1
June 4, 1974
B. Leadership
It was recently learned that 'IiIOMAS· KING FORCADE
.is back in the leadership of YIP. He has never been out
of a leadership position, but has wanted it to appear that
w a y   ~   ·
NY T-3
December 28, 1973
During February, 1973 THOMAS KING FORCADE was
indicted by a Federal Grand Jury seated at Miami,
Florida for violation of the National Firearms
Act-Possession of Unregistered Firebombs. He
was subsequently acnuitted of the above charge
at a jury trial. FORCADE is currently a leader
in the New York City Chapter of YIP and is Editor
and Publisher of the UPS.
NY T-4 who has
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information to determine
his reliability.
April, 1973·
It was recently stated that A.J. WEBERMAN was
running the show with respect to YIP. Things are apparently
chaotic wi tq .... respect to WEBERMAN working on the
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February 1, 1974
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A.J. WEBERMAN has stated that he will not
work with DANA BEAL anymore, as BEAL is always
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bad mouthing"
him, saying he is no good and does not do good work at · ·
demonstrations and on the
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Yipster Times".
TOM FORCADE, but BEAL does not get along with him. ):CJ
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May 20, 1974
c. Publication and
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DANA BEAL ·and /\RO , , Y are supposed to be sending
100 copies of the
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Prior associated with the YIP, ARON
MORTON Y led an ecolo§y type of protest group-
in C itornia· known as Green Power". He is a
user of narcotics, in particular "grass".
NY T-4
April 17, 1973
In March, 1974, the YIP announced that the "Yipster
Times" is going broke due to the increase in cost of
YIP requested that supporters "pan-handle" at least $2.00
a month to help the "Y:i:pster Times" to survive. ' ·
NY T-6,_
March o, 1974
NY T-7
March 7, 1974
It was recently learned that DANA BEAL was running
around New York City
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from pad to pad dealing with pot", and
helps pay the expenses to publis h the ."Yipster Times". ,kCY
NY T-1
Marc.J:l 12, 1974
. Several YIP associates recently tried to move the .
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Yipster Times" to Madison, Wisconsin in order to escape ·
"New York influence" and-the domination of A.J. WEBERMAN.
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March 21, 1974
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Hillside, New $270.35 for printing expenses incurred
during 1973. Vanguard continues to print for YIP, but not
on a regular basis. Printing of the
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sporadic. }C'f
NY T-8
April 11, 1974
It was recently learned that the YIP has enough
money to publish another issue of the
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does not have enough material to fill the paper. ,(£')
NY T-1
April 22, 1974
The workshop for the
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Yipster Times" is on the
second floor of 6 Bleecker Street, New York City and is
considered a part of A.J. WEBERMAN's  
NY T-1
May 20, 1974
II. ACTIVITIES
A. Tribal Held At Hunter Collegei April, 1974.
In March, 1974, the YIP circulated a leaflet entitled .
"Yippie? - Anarchist Tribal Council, April 19-21," which stated .
the Hunter College Libertarian Alliance hold an Anarchist
Conference on April 19-21, 1974 at 47 East 65th Street, New
York City, and that all Yippies were invited. It further stated
that featured speakers and films relating to revolution would
be highlighted there and YIP would hold a New Nation Tribal
Council to plan strategy· for the spring and summer offensives.
'Ihe bottom of this leaflet depicted President NIXON with a
gun held at his ear; -with the statement "The Only Dope
Worth Shooting Is In the White House."
NY T-6
March 6, 1974
NY T-7
.March 7, 1974
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On April 20-21, 1974, YIP leader A'.J. WEBER.MAN
was on the Hunter College Campus in New York City, where
an Anarchist Conference was being held. WEBERMAN tried to
get people there to attend 1he demonstration in Washington;
n.c. on April 27, 1974, sponsored by the National Campaign to
Impeach NIXON (NCIN). WEBER.MAN had no organized plan for
people to 'travel to Washington, ..... D.C. and apparently received ·
little interest from the people he contacted. WEBER.MAN stated
the YIP would stay at 1731 T-. Street, N.w., while
in Washington, D.c.,,fqr the above demonstration. On April 21,
1974, DANA BEAL, BEN£MASEL-.(from Milwaukee) and ARON KAY, all
associated with WEBERMAN on the Hunter College
Campus and were going to participate in the
demonstration on April 27, 1974.
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B.
The second application reflected that both groups,
under the same sponsorship, planned to on the Ellipse
during the period 12:00 noon on April 2o, 1974 until 2:30
pm on April, 27, ' 1974. The group planned to have speeches
·and a concert and expected to have 100,000 participants. At
' the termination of these activities, the group was to join
the demonstration being planned by the National campaign to
Impeach NIXON, .which is to include, in part, a march to the
base of the Capito: on April 27, 1974. The second application.
was also filed by WEBERMAN and witnessed by DANA BEAL.
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Memorandum
,Y DIRECTOR, FBI (100-475123)
DATE: JUN 2 0 1974
SAC, NEW YORK (100-178437) (C)
(./. (OO:NY)
ReLA FD 128 to Bureau, dated 5/6/74,and LAlet and
-   , LHM to Bure::l::::d

are tour copies ot an LHM
concerning
Sources concealed in LHM are as
Identity of Source
Used to characterize
A • J. WEBERMAN

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NON-SYMBOL SOURCE ADMINISTRATIVE PAGE
Identity or Source
Pile Number Where Located
Caution: Do not disseminate to resident agency; detach.


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DIRECTOR, FBI (100-472405) DATE: 6/27 /74
FROM SAC, WFO
SUBJECT: / ,LAN JULES WEBERMAN
(RUC)
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Re New York letter and UiM to Bureau dated
4/19/74.
Enclosed for the New York nf f ice are three
newspaper regarding subject. (1)
entitled "JACMCHWARTZ Beaten by Gang", "The Daily
Rag", 5/2/74. (2) Article entitled--l!..WEBERM.'\N Biows
Horn--Way 0ut of Tune'' ;- "The- Daily &ig
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Article Watch What You Toss "ut Because
the Garbologist Will Get You", ''Washington Star News",
5/28/74.
to be
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the Files
On 5/20/74 SC
that no arrest record was contained in
files the
It is to be noted that at all times an indefinite
number of unidentified records are out of file and not
available for review.

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2- New York (100-174055)(Enc. 3)
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On 5/20/74 SC
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that no record was contained in the Department of Motor
Vehicles, Government of the District of Columbia, files
concerning the subject.
On 5/17/74 SC
searched the
files of the
adult criminal
subject.
and no identifiable
or traffic record could be located regarding
The following confidential informants familiar
with Communist Party and New Left activities in the
' ·!a shington, D. c. area were contacted on the dates
indicated and all advised subject was unknown to them:
S'IURCE
Dl.TE CONTACTED
5/22/74
5/22/74
5/22/74
5/21/74
5/21/74
5/25/74
5/22/74
5/21/74
5/21/74
6/10/74
6/7/74  
6/6/74
6/19/74
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DIRECTOR, FBI (
SAC, YORK (100-174055}
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ATJAN JULES WERF;RMAN
SM-YIP
(OO:NY}

DATE:
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Re New York letter and LHM to Bureau, 4/19/74 • .
Cll     advised subject was amnng the speakers
. at a Party (YIP} gathering dur i ng demonstrations
in Washington, D. C., on /74, who urged new contendinf
the 1972 Presidential Election was a fraud • .
On advised that subject attended the Third
Annual lfa.tiona l Hari.J uun Day celebration held by the YIP in New
York City on 5/18/74, but re1'used to speak at this rally.
On
held by
date to protest the
the Yippies
advised subject att ended a YIP demonstrati
inity of Mt. Sinai Hospital, NYC, on that
visit of Vice President GERALD FORD; .-1.-i
had no leadership at this dcrnunstration.
On advised the subject currently r esides
at ' 6 Bleecker St., NYC, and is a writer by occupation.
New York will cont inue to follow the activities or the snbjP-ct
and will submit a comrnuni ca tion to the Burea.u in ']0 <lays.
{j:'- Bureau (RH)
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SUBJECT:
CHARACTER:
REFERENCE:
i. :cnoro.ndu!il dntcd 9/ 25/73
communication contained subject's residence and/ or employment
address. A recent change has been determined and is being set forth below (change
only specified):
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ADMINISTRATIVE (Cont'd)
This investigation is based on information which
indicates that subject is engaged in activities which
.could involve violations of Title 18, United States
Code, Section 2383 (Rebellion or Insurrection), 2384
(Seditious Cqnspiracy), 2385 (Advocating Overthrow of
the Government) and 2101 (Antiriot Laws) •
On advised that althouqh ;
the subject is a public leader of ·f
the Youth International Party (YIP), he is vcrv influe ntia1 ,f
in YIP policy making and   l o ~ e l y associated with YIP ·
leaders. ''
YIP crune into existence in 1968 for the purpose of
staging a .massive youth festival in late 1968 in Chicago,
"Illinois, to coincide with the Democratic National
Convention (DNC). Leaders, in its early history, included
JERRY CLYDE RUBIN and ABBOTT HOWARD HOFFMAN, both of whom
were convicted (later overturned by United States Court o f
Appeals) of violation of the Antiriot Laws durinq
disturbances at the above 1968 DNC . In July, 1970, YIP
distributed "YIP Manifesto", which was basically an
antiestablishment, revolutionary pronouncement urqinq
the youth of the United States to repudiate competitive
enterprise and established institutions in favor of creatinq
a utopian socialistic society permitting complete individual
freedom of choice. Since its inception, when issues of
considerable radical-revolutionary interest have arisen,
YIP has demonstrated its ability to assemble large numbr.rs of
zealous individuals for demonstration and protests, a number
of which have resulted in violence and arrests. Durinq a
public speech in April, 1972, when referring to the then
forthcoming national political conventions, YIP leader RUBIN
stated "We will dump the convention into the sea and use
other methods than the electoral process to chan9e the Unite d
States of America". IRVIN DANA BEAL, leading YIP the oretician
and current YIP national leader, stated on July 14, 1972,
that the facist pig NI XON shows his face , we will
cessaril in a non-viole nt Wi'l ' l ".
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inclicates that subject is engaged in activities which
could involve vio lations of Title 18 , Unitnd j
Code, Section 2383 ( Rebellion or Insurr0c·cion), 2 .3 34 /
(Seditious conspiracy) , 23 8 5 (Advocat ing overthrow of
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the ·rnuth r nternatio;.al Party _(YIP) , he b vcrv innuential , !
in YIP po licy making and close.Ly aosocia t e d <o1ith YIP , ;
leaders. "
YIP came into exi stence .i. n 19G8 f o:c t.he pu.cpose of
staging a massive youth festiva l in :Late 1968 in Chicaqo ,
I llinois, to coincide with the Democratic National
Convention (DNC). LGnders, i n its ear ly h istorv ,
JERRY CLYDE RUBIU and ABBO'l'T HOWARD both of whom
were convicted (l ater. oveTturned by Unil.:.ed Stc: i:8 s court of
Appeals) of viola ti on of the .U.ntiriot. La'.-l S dur i nq
disturbances at the above 1968 DNC. In J uly, 1970, YIP
distributed "YIP Manifesto" , ·which was bas ically an
antiest.abJ.ishment, :cevolutionar.y p !.·onouncement u rrr inq
the youth of the Uni ted Sta t es t:o r c puclj_C\tc crnnpe ti ti ve
enterprise and esta bl i shed ins titutions in favor of creatinq
a utopian socialistic society complct.2 individual
freedom of choice. its   when of
considerab l e have arisen ,
YIP has demonstrated its a b ility to 1'i. :cqc numbers of
_zealous individuals for demonstration o.nd protests , a number
of which have resulted in violence and arrests . ourinq a
public speech in Apr il, 197 2 , when r cferrinq to the then
for thcoming nationill political conventions , YIP leader RUDIN
stated "Ne wi l l dump t he convent ion the se« and use
other methods than the electoral to chanqe ·fhe United
Stat es o f America '' . IfNIN Dl\'Nl\ BEAL, l eading YIP theor etician
and current YIP na tional l eader, o n July 14, 1972,
" Everywhere that the facist. piq NI XON hi s f ace , we wi ll
c onfront him but not necessarily in a non-violent way" . On
J uly 6, 1973, BEAL was described as h avinq a · propensitv for
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hpparently because o f prosecutivc taken
against H.UDIN and HOi:"i'?'.,li\N (\·1ho lv1se tcd away from the
YIP) and others i nc luding DEAL, YIP lecJ.ders are current lv
c1.voi ding LV:mboyc.:..nt r cvoll
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organi zati\m cont.im.1eG·, h owe v c:.: , t.o enq.:tq e :i.n demonstr?lt).ons
durj.ng which individuul YIP activl;ts and
leaders a cl.v ocate vio:...e:cY(. and c o11 £ront,.l'tions with
2.t.ithorit.ies in an <.i.t temp t to b1 tild :revolutionary fervor
c.:rnong young people. Ex2mples of t.hJ.s ac tivity t )Ok place
during the Augu st, 19 7 ?. Hepub1 lca.n Na·i:ional Convent. ion (R>lC)
a.nd the Julv 4 , 19 7 3 YI.fl demons t:c.J. ti on in D. C •
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against RUBIN and HOFFMAN (who have drifted away from the
·yrp) and others including BEAL, · YIP leaders are currently
avoiding flamboyant revolutionary public statements. The
organization continues, however, to engage in demonstrations
during which individual YIP anarchistic activists and
leaders advocate violent actions and confrontations with
authorities in an attempt to build revolutionary fervor
among young people. Examples of this activity took place
during the August, 1972 Republican National Convention (RNC)
the Jul 4 1973 YIP demonstratioP i n ~ shincrton D.C.
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1. kJ Subject' s name is included in the ADEX.
2. D The data appearing on the ADEX Card are current.
3. 6U Changes on the ADEX Card are necessary a'ld Fonn FD-122 submitted t.o the Bureau.
4. K] A suitable photograph [il is DJs not avail able.
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securi ty responsibility. Interested agencies are ------------ --+;- .
KJ Thi s report i s cl assified "iertf iaeu Lial" beoause
(state reason)
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kJ Subject was not [i:J intervi ewed D reintervi ewed because (stat e reason)
of his connections with the "Yipter Times" and the Alternate
Pres·s Syndicate, it is felt the subject would be uncooperativ e
and the interview would result in embarrassment to the
Bureau.
8. D This case no longer meets the ADEX criteri a and an FD-122 with succinct summary, hos
been directed to the Bureau recommending cancell at ion.
9. £J Thi s case has been reevaluat ed in the li ght of the ADEX cri teria and i t continues to fall
within the criteria because (state reason) on a dvised that
although subject is not consi e r e eader of YIP, he
is very inf luencial in YIP policy making and is closely
associated with YIP leaders. Ase£ 4/24/73, the subject was
prima rily responsible for b lication o f t he YIP news-
paper "Yipster Times". On a dv ised subj ect
was handling YIP business f rom NYC.
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D Subject designated and/ a included in:
D Key Activist Program
D Key Extremist Program
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Bureau File #: 100-472405
Title:
ALAN JULES WEBERMAN
Character: SUBVERSIVE MATTER - YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY
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Synopsis: - Subject resides at 6 Bleecker St., NYC, and is
employed as a writer for Alternate Press Syndicate,
283 West 11th St., NYC • ...--The subject attended the YIP "Smoke-
In", which was held in Washington, D.C. on 7/4/73. In
August, 1973, the subject reportedly was handling YIP
business from his apartment in NYC. Subject was one of
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on 11/23/73, which was held to promote interest in the
reopening of the investigation of the assassination of
President KENNEDY.
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this communication have
furnished reliable information
in the past.
Exempt from GD , a egory
Date of Declassification Indefinite
Thia docume:nt conl"in1 neithC'r recommendation• nor concl u1lon1 of the FBL It la the property of the FBI and ia loaned to yow aacncy; it and ita content•
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Information set forth in this report
is unclassified unless designated
otherwise.
I. BACKGROUND
A. Residence
The subject has resided in an apartment at 6
Bleecker Street, New York City, for the past six or seven
years.
B. Employment
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1974, it was determined that the subject is employed as
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as the Underground Press Syndicate (UPS) , which is currently
located at 283 West 11th Street, New York City.
The UPS was formed in New York City in
1967, and serves as a clearing house
for revolutionary type publications
across the United States.
II. ACTIVITIES
During the evening of July 3, 1973, A.J.  
YIP leader from New York City, ·arrived in Washington,
D.C. for the YIP "Smoke-In" to be held the following day.
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a
loosely-knit, anti-establishment,
revolutionary youth organization formed
in New York City in January, 1968. In
May, 1972, a small faction calling itself
YIP - Zippie came into being.
At the YIP "Smoke-In", which was held at the
Mall in Washington, D.C. on July 4, 1973, the subject
thought the subject of "Watergate" would stir up the
YIPS, but it did not.
The subject then attended the YIP demonstration
which was held in Washington, D.C. on July 4, 1973.
As of August, 1973, the subject was handling YIP
business from his apartment in New York City.
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The subject and DANA BEAL appear to hold togetheJ
is left of the YIP in New York City. f
IRVIN DANA BEAL, also known as DANA BEAL,
was arrested in Madison, Wisconsin, and
charged with local narcotics violations
during the Summer of 1971. At that time
BEAL was regarded as a leader in the
Madison, Wisconsin chapter of YIP, and
was considered a national YIP theoretician.
BEAL is also affiliated with the Underground
Press Syndicate in New York City.
The subject, who is a leader of the YIP in New
York City, is one of the organizers of a demonstration
to be held in Washington, D.C. on November 23, 1973,
which will be held to promote interest in the reopening
of the investigation of the assassination of President
KENNEDY.
The subject is scheduled to appear at a rally
sponsored by the Committee to Open the Archives and Examine
the Evidence and the New York Clty YIP - Zippies, which
is to be held in Washington, D.C. on Novamber 23, 1973.
The group charges that the brain of President KENNEDY has
been stolen, and will demand that the archives be opened
to researchers who want to determine if the evidence backs
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available a copy of a request filed on Nov ember 1, 1973,
by ALAN WEBERMAN, 6 Bleecker Street, New York City, on
behalf of the Committee to Open the Archives and Examine
the Evidence. The group requested permission to demonstrate
at the National Archives and the United States Capitol on
November 23, 1973, for the purpose of opening the Archives
to determine· if JOHN F. KENNEDY was ind.eed killed by
LEE HARVEY ·OSWALD.
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permit filed by ALAN
WEBERMAN as the Coordinator of the Committee to Open the
Archives • . Attached to the application was a leaflet
that stated the action was being sponsored by the Committee
to Open the Archives and Examine the Evidence, and the New
York City YIP - Zippies.
At 1:06 P.M., on November 23, 1973, a group of
about six persons gathered in the vicinity of the
National Archives, Washington, D.C. The group, calling
itself the Committee to Open the Archives and Examine
the Evidence, which includes members of YIP, had gathered
to demand that the evidence regarding the assassination of
President JOHN F. KENNEDY be made public. This demonstration
was organized by the subject and DANA BEAL, both of the
YIP.
The subject ·showed up for the demonstration on
November 23, 1973, at the National Archives Building
in Washington, D.C., and indicated he had been attending
the "Assassination" lectures at Georgetown University in
Washington, D.C., since the previous day. Following this
demonstration, which ended up at the United States Capitol
steps, word was passed that a meeting would be held later
that day in an apartment located at the corner of R and 17th
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Weatherman, formerly a faction of Students
for a Democratic Society (SDS) , controlled
the SDS National Office from June, 1969
until its closing in February, 1970. Weatherman
then entered an underground status and adopted
a tactic of "strategic sabotage", with police
and military installations designated as
primary targets.
SDS was founded during   1962, at Port
Huron, Michigan, and the 1960's functioned
as the leading New Left campus-based student
organization in the States. From an
initial posture of "participatory democracy"
SDS moved to a radical-revolutionary position,
with debate centering on how best to create
a revolutionary youth movement. Internal
factionalism produced a split during the SDS
National Convention in June, 1969, which
resulted in the following three factions:
Weatherman; Worker Student Alliance (WSA);
and Revolutionary Youth Movement (RYM) .
The Weatherman and RYM are no longer affiliated
with SDS. The WSA continues to use the name
SOS and maintains its national headquarters
in Boston, Massachusetts.
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WSA, a faction of sos, was expelled
from SOS in June, 1969, by the then
dominant Weatherman faction, but
continued to use the name sos and opened
an office in Cambridge, Massachusetts. WSA
aligned ideologically with the Progressive
Labor Party (PLP) and, in February, 1971,
moved to Chicago, Illinois,where it opened
the sos National Off ice at 1225 South
Wabash Street.
RYM, a pro-communist revolutionary youth
organization, was organized in 1969,
first as a faction within the SDS, then
as a separate group with headquarters in
Atlanta, Georgia. RYM was unsuccessful •
-in attracting support and by mid-1970, it
was practically defunct.
The PLP was founded in 1962 by individuals
expelled from the Communist Party, USA,
for following the Chinese Communist line.
Its objective is the establishment of a
militant working-class movement based on
Marxism-Leninism and MAO Tse-tung thought •
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act ivity in the New York C-tty area, edvis0c1 they could furn:i_ i:-:h
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DEMONSTRATIONS SPONSORED BY THE YOUTH INTERNAtlONAL PARTY CYIP)
AND THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON, AT WASHINGTON, D. c.,
APRIL 24-27, 1974, IS.
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THE FIP.ST APPLICATION REFLECTS THAT THE PLAN TO HOLD A
VIGIL DURIIJG THE PERIOD OF' APRIL 24, 1974 AT 12 NOON UNTIL
10:00 A.M. ON APRIL 27, BEAR WITNESS AGAINST THE
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CHARGE OF THE DEMONSTRATION. 1._
THE FILING OF THE APPLICATION.
THE SECOND APPLICATION REFLECTS THAT BOTH GROUPS UNDER
THE SAME SPONSORSHIP PLAN TO GATHER ON THE ELIPSE DURING THE
" PERIOD 12 NOON ON APRIL 26, 1974 UNTIL 2:30 P.M. ON APRIL 27,
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TO HAVE 100,000 PARTICIPANTS. AT THE TERMINATION OF THE AC-
TIVITIES, THE GROUP WILL JOIN THE DEMONSTRATION BEING PLANNED
BY THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON WHICH WILL INCLUDE
IN PART A MARCH TO THE BASE OF THE CAPITOL ON APRIL 27, 1974.
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SIGNING OF THE SECOND APPLICATION.
THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON IS AN UMBRELLA •TYPE
ORGANIZATION INTERESTED IN IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT NIXON. RADICAL
ELEMENTS IN NEW YORK CITY HAVE TAKEN INTEREST IN NYCIN.
THE YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PARTY, ALSO KNOWN AS ' YIPPIES, IS
A LOOSELY KNIT, ANTI-ESTABLISHMENT, REVOLUTIONARY YOUTH ORGANI-
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THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH NIXON IS HEADQUARTERED
AT 1404 M STREET, N.W., WDC. THE MAIN AIM OF' THE ORGANIZATION
IS TO IMPEACHMENT OF PRESIDENT NIXON.
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DIRECTOR, FBI (100-472405) DATE: APR I l..1 '1 1'174
SUBJECT;
SACt NEW YORK (l00-174055)(P)
ALAN JULES) WEBERMAN
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Enclosed for the
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Two copies of the LHM are enclosed
photograph of subject.
the Alternate Press Syndicate, 28 3 Wes t 11th Street,
(teleuhone number
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contacted on 4/9/74, was        
Sources utilized in LHM are as follows:
Identity of Source
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1. [XJ Subject' s name is included in the ADEX.
2. [XJ The data appearjng on the ADEX Card are current.
3. D Changes on the ADEX Card are necessary and Fonn FD-122 submitted to the Bureau.
4. [XJ A suitable photograph OJ is Dis not available.
Date photograph was taken .... /_7.__3.._ ___ __.,:._ ____ _
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5. D Subj ect is employed in a key facility and ______ _______ is charged with
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6. D This report is classified ---------------------- because
(state reason)
7. D Subject previously interviewed (dates) -------------------
00 Subject was not Di:J ·interviewed D reinterviewed because (stat e reason)
of his connections with the "Yipster Times" and the Alternate
Press Syndicate, it is fe1 t the subject would be uncooperative
and the interview would result in embarrassment to the Bureau.
8. D This case no longer meets the ADEX criteria and an FD-122 with succinct sununary, has
been directed to the Bureau recommending cancellation.
9. g This case has been· reevaluated in the light of the ADEX criteria and it continues to fall
within the criteria because (state reason)
advised that subject continues to work
on t e YIP Times" and is helping in
"running the show" with respect to the YIP •
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11. D Subject is Extremist in ADEX
12. D Subject des ignated and/ or included in:
D Key Activist Program
D Key Extremist Program
   
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FEDEHAL DUREAU OF IN\'EST IGATION
In lleply, Pleau ID
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NYfile 100-174055
New York, New York
APH 1 1374
Alan Jules Weberman
BACKGROUND
The subject resides at. 6 Bleecker Street, New York (NY),
NY.
the Federa Bureau o
it was determined that
at the Alternate 'Press
Press Syndicate (UPS),
======;r. by a Special Agent of
nvestigation (FBI) on April 16, 1974
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the subject is employed as a writer
Syndicate, formerly known as the Underground
283 West 11th Street, NY, NY.
The UPS was formed in New York City
in 1967, and serves as a clearing
house for revolutionary type .publications
across the United States.
ACTIVITIES
The subject is working on · the uublication of the
"Yipster Times," and is helping in "running the show" with
respect to the Youth International Party (YIP).
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reliable information in the past
except where otherwise noted.
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The YIP, also known as Yippies;is a
loose+y-knit, anti-establishment,
violence prone youth organization formed
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1972, a small faction calling itself YIP-Zippie
came into being, but .currently does not
exist' as an organized faction of YIP.
The "Yipster Times" is the official
newspaper of the YIP.
Source furnished photogrlflphs taken during a
demonstration sponsored by the Attica Brigade (AB) and
Revolutionary Union (RU), which was held across from the
Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, 49th Street and Park Avenue, New York
City, on March 2, 1974, to protest the appearance of Vice-
President Gerald Ford and President Nixon's daughter, Tricia
Nixon Cox, at a Republican Women's Dinner. The theme of the
demonstration was to "Throw the Bum Out."
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in New York City in the Fall of 1971. The AB
consi·ders itself to be an anti-imperialist
organization which views "U.S. imperialism
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The RU has significantly infiltrated the AB
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decisions and activities.
The RU was founded in early 196 a, and is a
militant, semiclandestine organization.
Its objectives, as set out in its publication,
are the development of a united front against
imperialism, the fostering of revolutionary
working-class unity and leadership in struggle,
and the formation of a communist party based
on Marxism-Leninism-MAO Tse-tung thought, leading
to the overthrow of the United States Government
by force and violence.
Source identified the subject in several of the
above-mentioned photographs as being a participant in the
above AB-RU sponsored demonstration, which was held
on March 2, 19 74, in New Yo_rk City.
a pp ica ions
a public gathering filed by the and the New York
Campaign to Impeach Nixon (NYCIN). The first a pplication
reflects that the groups plan to hold a vigil during tne
period of April 24, 1974, at 12 noon until 10:00 AM on
April 27, 1974, to bear witness against the incumbent President's
crimes. The application reflects that the groups expect
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to have between 35 and 75 persons participating over the three-
day period, ana that the participants will gather at the
north end of the Elipse. The application was filed by Alan
Jules Weberman, 1531 T Street, N.W., Apartment 4, Washington,
D.C. Telephone Number 4-62-5556 ('temporary), and Weberman
was listed as the person in charge of the demonstration •
The second application reflects that both groups, under the
same sponsorship, plan to gather on the Elipse during the
period 12 noon on April 26, 19 74 ,- until 2: 30 PM on April 27,
1974. The group will have speeches and a concert, and
e xpects to have 100,000 participants. At the termination
o f the activities, the group will join the demonstration
being planned by the National Campaign to Impeach Nixon,
which will include in part a march to. the base of. the Capitol
on April· 27 P 1974. The second application was filed by
Weberman, with an address as 1521 T Street, N.W., Washington,
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The NYCIN is an umbrella type
organization interested in impeachment
of President Nixon. Radical elements
in NYC have taken interest in the NYCIN.
The National Campaing to ImJIBCh Nixon
is headquartered at 1404- M Street, N.W.,
Washington, n.c. The main aim of the
organization is to gather support for the
Impeachment of President Nixon •
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FROM NEW YORK 100-162260 3P
DEMONSTRATIONS SPONSOR ED BY THE I NT ER NATIONAL P NI.
C\JCY.IP> Am> THE NEW YORK CAMPAIGN
DC, APR IL 24•27, 1974, IS.
ADVISED THAT YOUTH I NTffi NATIONAL PARTY
CYIP) LEADER, A .J. \IEBERMAN VAS ON THE HUNTrn rotLEGE CAMPUS
IN YOR _!S CITY, ON APR IL 20-21, 1974, WHERE AN ANARCHIST CON-
FERENCE WAS BEING HELD, AID WAS TRYim TO GET PEOPLE TO ATTEID
THE DEMONSTRATION IN VASHINSTON, DC <WDC> QJi, ')7, 1974, Uqi;x:irt!fix,
tA·llO RfC-71 / t>I' - T/() 11• -po,
SPONSORED BY THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN TO IMPEACH. NIXON CNCIN>. ..... __ ... ,
THAT WEBER MAN HAD m ORGANIZED PLAN FOR PEOPLE . ,\;>F. 2 5 191-1
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National Capital Parks, Na ti'onal .Park 1100 Ohio Drive,
S.W., D.C. (\-!DC), made av ilable a c"opy a permit
application .cor a public gathering -Fi .ed June 24, 1974, by T_,:!:O
· J. ROSSITER on beha l-1= o-i= the Youth In 3ona 1. Pa J;!Y,. (YIP).
The application re.clectec ·that rnenbe s or: YIP planned ?-atI-:er
on the mall area in -i=ront o.c the ifat . onal Ga11ery o.c. i\ rt on
July 4, 1974, nuring the hours o.c 9: 0 a.rn., until 8:30 p.m.,
to legalize marijuana, impeach fri.:!si ent anrl to
and +ree el.ections. The appl.ica: ion re-'="'.e·:te<l thc.t YI'?
expected between three to thous n<l participants, and
pl_anr..e<l to utilize bullhorns, a s:tag and have a bust . o+
Vice-President -cop,.JJ; an Edse1_, and a jail on wheels. AP..O:T KAY,
6 Bleeker Street
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... EO-J·. ROSSff:SFCwas . as the person in char8e
o.c the ' demonstration anrl his address· was listed as 251_8 Q Street,
S.E., T·ffiG, nu.TTJber 582-9596
On July 1., 1974, a represe ative o.c the United
States Capitol_ Police, Fashington, D .. advise(! that on Ju1.y "!,
.1974 a group o.c about 25 to 30 01- the Second American
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VIETNAi.'1 AGAINST TIIE H./ffi/
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number, however, is recognized as that of a
Washington, resident who · is a YIP-·reaaer in I
Spokane. The correct numher is 326-53B2 and it is suhscrihed 1
to by RIK SPUTH in his name at the address of West 1422
Spokane. This is the same address given by many of the HippietS
arrested at Expo 74 in Spokane on 7/4/74, at the time of thei
bookinq. This numher was aqain verified on 8/13/74, with the
Spokane phone company source.
The telephone number 747-7930 is as RIK
SMITH's former numher when he lived in an old apartment house 1
on West 6th in Snokane. This number was also verified on \_ j
8/13/74, by check with the phone company company which
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that this numher was oreviously assigned to RIK but had /r!Jil
been discontinued.   RE.C-6'7 /tZJ _ L./tf"'J /d ,- /
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the Spokane area. This matter will he followed durinq the rest
of F.xpo 74 and Bureau and new York and interested offices will
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YORK. THE APPLICATION REFLECTS THAT    
WILL MARCH FROM JOHN MARSHALL PLACE AND PENNSYLVANIA N.w.,

CU. s. DISTRICT COURT) AT 12: 02' NOON TO THE ll. IPSE AT THE
WHITE HOUSE. THE GROUP WILL BE AT THE WHITE HOUSE D lR ING THE
HOURS OF li00 UNTIL 5:00 P.M., FOR THE PURPOSE OF LINKING
ffiESIDENT FORD TO THE WATERGATE TRIALS. 500 PERSONS ARE
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TELEPHONE Nt.!!BER 477-6243 IS TO BE IN CHARGE OF THE DEMONSTRA•
TION. .AND OF THE YOUTH
INTERNATIONAL PARTY (YIP) ARE TO SERVE AS
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YIP, ALSO KNOWN AS YIPPIES, IS A Loosa Y-KNIT ANTI-
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NEW YORK CITY IN JANUARY, 1968. IN MAY, 1972 A SMALL FACTION
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ADMINISTRATIVE:
RENEW YORK NITEL DATED
SEPl'EMBER 23, 1974. WFO FOLLOWING.
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SM - YIP (EXTREMIST)
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ReNYlet to Bu, 6/20/74 .and Cilet t:o Bu,
Enclosed for the Bureau are four (4) .copies
of an LUM -captioned Two (2) copies
of an FD-376 are attac e for Cincinnati
- and Milwaukee are two (2) copies each of instant LBM.
Attached LHM is classified • to .
protect
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· Based on current Bureau. guidelines concerning members
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Youth International Party (YIP)
The YIP, also known as Yippies, is a loosely-
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FEDERAL BUREAU OF INVESTIGATION
New York, New York
SEP 2 6 ·1974
advised that at the July , n n
Washington, o.c.,,200 hiPP , individuals gathered in
the park area behi.nd the NS.tioiii Art Gallery. Included
in the group were about Yi' ies from New York City,
including Beal. Beal S?J?'ke on Vi President Gerald Ford
not being elected and the Presidential election
illegal, therefore, nelif elections be held.
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SOURCES WHOSE IDENTI'( t ES ARE
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FURN I SHED RELIABLE ,.INFORMATION
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DATE OF CLASS INDEFINITE
This documentl:' contains neither recommendati ' s nor conclusions
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announce that if
they would be arre
then asked everyone
police t;o
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evoked. Beal .
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lead a march to the ea where the Viet Veterans Against
The War/Winter Soldie Organization (VV W/WSO) was located.
table speaker, lead about 100 The Yippies, using a
followers from the wash
Memorial, the location o
chanted slogans such as "
•shoot Gerry First": "All
Tania - Marijuana." The
gton Monumen towards the Lincoln
the VVAw;w· rally. The Yippies
4-6-8, D 't Impeach, Assasinate•: .
e Way th the sLA•: and "Hail
hea the Yippies coming
and did not allow them to jo
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and wanted no further trouble.
ir rally since they
olice the previous night
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Succinct Summa!'Y
Subject is currently in charge of the YIP's newsletter,
"Yi'Dster Times". He has been active in YI!' derr.onstrations
in Washington, D.C. and New Yor.k City during 1973 and 1974 and has
been observed . by Special Agents of the FBI at various YIP
sponsored demonstrations. has had two arrests,
one on 3/20/64 at E. Lansing, Michigan, for illegal sale and
possession of narcotics, and en 8/22/72, at   r1orida,
for disorderly conduct during YIP activity at
the Republican National Convention. No was shown
on the drug charge; the disorderly conduct was
dismissed.
Subject's activities do not warrant incl.usion
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closed administratively upon Bureau's approval of deletion
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' INFORMATIVE NOTE
Oat• 7/7/75
You were advised earlier of planned
demonstration and other activities on·
7 /4/75 at Washington, .D .• · c., by Youth
International Party (YIP) and Mother · Love
Tribe (MLT), including aarcb to Justice ·
Department and new FBI building.
Attached reports 7/4/75 activities.
By about 12:30 p.m. the. group gathered at
the Ellipse numbered about 200-250.
Several arrests made for disorderly con-
duct and drug-related charges. Group .
marched to Drug Enforcement Administration
(DEA) and later to Pennsylvania and Tenth
Street, N.W., corner of Justice Department
where there were chants against the FBI an
several speeches were given. After .about
15 minutes the aarch continued out of the
area." No physical damage occurred at ·
Government buildings at which demonatra-
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INT.i:;RNATIONAL PARTY (YIP)
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of an LHM containing information regarding captioned
matter. Two (2) copies of FD-376 are attached.
TwO (2) copies of the LHM are enclosed for New
York and WFO, respectively.
One (1) copy of the LHM is being disseminated
to u.s. Secret Service, Colwnbus, Ohio.
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DEPART.M OF Jt;STICE
FEDEltAL BUREAU 01-· 11'\\'ESTIGATJO.l'\
Cincinnati, Ohio
June 10, 1975
RE: -YOUTH INTERNATIONAL PA'qTY (YIP)
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On May 22, 1975, a confidential source provided
a copy of a leaflet announcing "Insurrection City,"
Washington, n.c., for the annual smoke-in staged by the
Youth International Party (YIP){See Appendix), July 4, 1975.
'rhe leaflet also announced a New Nation
Conference (tribal gathering), July 5-8, 1975.
The leaflet denoted that for further information
contact should be made with YIP, 1404 M. Street,
Washington, n.c., telephone number 202-393-0225, or YIP.
Post Office Box 3925, Canal Street Station; New York
City, New York 10013, telephone number 213-228-9897.
attached:
A copy of the leaf let provided by the source is
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This docwnent contains neither
reco:nmendations nor conclusions
of the FBI. .It ·is the property
of. tlie- FBI and loaned to your
it and its contents are
not to be distributed outside
your agency.
Source whose identity is con-
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reliable inf onnation in the
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ON JULY °', 19 75. THE RALLY IS TO TA KE Pl.ACE DUR ING THE HOURS .
OF 11180 A.l'I. UNTIL 2:30 P.M. AND Vilt INCLUDE SPEECHES BY
REPRESENTATIVES OF THE JOANNE LITTLE DEFENSE COMMITTEE,
WILLIAM KUNSTLER, KEITH STROOP OF' THE NATIONAL ORGANIZATION
F'OR THE REF'ORM OF MARIJUANA LA\
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THE YIP. FOLLOWING THE RALLY, YIP ALONE WILL SPONSOR A MARCH
FROM THE ELLIPSE TO THE HEADQUARTERS OF' THE DRUG ENFORCEMENT
ADMINISTRATION CDEA> AND THEN TO THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT
OF JUSTICE AND THE f'EDERAL BUREAU OF. INVESTIGATION. CF'BI>. THE
GROUP OF 4 PE.RSO NS ARE EXPECTED TO MARCH VIA l 5TH STREET,
H STREET, l4TH STREET TO THE LOCATION OF DEA AT 1405 I STREET,
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4TH STREET, N.W., WHERE YIP WILL SPONSOR ADDITIONAL SPEECHES
JULY -'• 1975, DURING THE PER.IOD OF P.f'I. UNTIL 9:30 P.111.
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· . Sl1ALL GROUPS OF lHDl \llDUALS GATHt:Rl NG OH THE SOUTHEAST
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SfATES PARK POLlei fllADE SEViRAl. ARRESTS FOR DISORDERL.Y CONDUCT
URUG .Hil.Aliu SEVERAL ADDlTIOHAl. ARRESTS WERE
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MUDlFlCAlluNS Of MAnlJUANA LAWS.
Irit: SPiECHES CON Ti NUEV AI THE il.LlPSE UNTI l. ABOU I 2 a20Pl4
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SJUIH SIDE ON PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE TO THE AREA OF THE "ALL. VIA
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THE UAF, "WHICH IS AN UMBRELLA ORGANIZATION, IS, IN
FRONT GROUP FOR YIP, WITH YIP ACTIVISTS ELLIOT COHEN
AND rrnt:SSLEI ;{   AS ALL MONIES UTILIZED
BY THE UAF COME FROM YIP. YIP, THROUGH THE UAF, IS ATTEMPTING
TO OBTAIN A PARK PERMIT FOR CENTRAL PARK, NYC, FOR THE CONVENTION.
j IF THIS AREA IS SECURED LEGALLY, ACTIONS WILL BE LIMITED
TO A COORDINATION OF MASS DEMONSTRATIONS COMP RISED OF DIFFERENT
GROUPS CAS IN MIAMI, 1972> AS WELL AS YIP ·sTREET TACTICS"
OF HARASSING CONVENTION DELEGATES.
THE ALTERNATIVE ACTIONS TO BE USED BY YIP IF A PARK PERMIT
IS NOT ARE MORE DIRECT IN SCOPE AND CONSIST ALSO OF
·sTREET AND J) OBTAINING LARGE FIRECRACKER DEVICES
THROWING SAME AT CONVENTION DELEGATES AND POLICE, CAUSING DIS-
RUPTION AND 2) 03IAINING A SEMI-TOXIC CHEMICAL <NON-LETHAL BUT
TEMPORARILY DISABLING> AND PLACING SAME IN THE AIR CONDITIONING
SYSTEM OF NEW YORK HOTELS HOUSING DELEGATES •
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MEETING AND THE LEADERSHIP OF THE FOLLOWING INDIVIDUALS,
NYO IS INSTITUTING A PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF DANA BEAL, .
A.J. WEBERMAN AND ELLIOT COHEN. NYO WILL   INFORMATION
PERTAINING TO .PROPOSED ACTIONS BY YIP AT THE DEMOCRATIC
TO SECRET SERVICE AND NYCPD LOCALLY ON MAY 3, 1976, UACB.
INVESTIGATION CONTINUING AT NYO.
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1975
Date( s) of activity
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VIOLENCE OR REVOLUT!O::-IARY ACTIVITIES WERE NOT DISCUSSED.
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Memorandum
DIRECTOR, FBI
DATE! 5/20/76
ADIC, NE":W YORK (100-182651) (P)

ELLIOT <X>HEN
SM - YIP
(OO:NY)
Re New York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76, captioned
Youth International Party; IS; OO:NY.
On 4/28/76 New York initiated a preliminary inves-
tigation regarding subject f or the purpose of determining
his activities with the Youth International Party (YIP)
and their plans for disrupting the Democratic National
Convention to be held in City, July 12-17,1976.
Subject is a leader of YI P and is likely to be instru-
mental in fonnulating plans for the group.
New York will conduct its inve stigation in accor-
dance with the Atton1ey General Guidelines for Domestic
Security Investigations, and the Bureau will be kept
advised.
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UNITED STATES . VERNMENT
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ADIC, NEW YORK (100-174055) (P)
ATAN JULES a!3!.::F'.J1AN
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DATE;
5/20/76
Re New ·York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76, captioned
Youth International IS; OO:NY.
On New York initiated a preliminary inves-
tigation regarding subject for the purpose of deto::cmining
his acbv· · · Y uth Inte rna tional Po rt (YIP)
Ject is a eader of YIP and is likely to be
in formulating plans for the group.
New York will conduct its investigation in accor-
dance with the Attorney General Guidelines for Domestic
Security Investigations, and the Bureau will be kept actvised.
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DlP..ECTOn, FBI
ADIC, Ni;;w Y0RK (100-182651) (C)
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(OO:NY)
DATE:
7/19/76
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Re York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76 captioned
Youth International Party; IS; 00:NY.
A preliMinary investigation regarding subject
was initiated on 4/28/76 for the purpcse of detennining
his activities with the Youth Internationn.l Party (YIP)
and their plans for disrupting the Democratic National
held i .n _New York City, July 12-17, 1976.
The inv estiGation was conducted in accordance
with the Attollley General Guidelines for Domestic Security
Investigations, and it w2s determined that the subject did
not enGage in any violent activity, nor did he exhibit a
propensity for violence.
In view of the above, continued investigation,
or expansion to a . limited or full investigation is not
recommended. No dissemination is being made, or LEH sub-
mitted, inasmuch as it is felt that repo rting of routine
activities or negative information is not warranted.
New York is placing this matter in a closed status.
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7/1 9/76
Re New York teletype to Bureau, 4/27/76 ,
Youth International Party; IS; 'JO:NY.
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Wfls injtinted on 4/28/7G for the purpo:;c of
activi ti es Pi 1 h   ( '"· ] !"' )
. The inves tigP. ti on was conct uc ted in nccorrl an cc with
Attorney General Guidelines for DomeRtic Secur i.ty Inves-
tigations, and it was determined that the subject did not
in any violent activity, nor di d he exhibit a
propensity for violence.
In view of the . above, continued
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activities or nega tive infrnmation is not warranted.
New York is placina this matter in a c l o s ed st<ltus.
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